From June 1, the government has decided to allow flights to China, Qatar, and Turkey.
Bhanubhakta Dhakal, Minister of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation, announced that the Council of Ministers met on Thursday and decided to allow one flight per week to China, Qatar, and Turkey.
Minister Dhakal stated that the decision to allow the flights was made to address the problems that people in Nepal and around the world were experiencing. He also stated that the decision to allow flights to the aforementioned countries was made in order to put a stop to the various irregularities that were occurring as a result of the international flight ban.
Meanwhile, Minister Dhakal announced that passengers arriving from China, Qatar, and Turkey who have received both doses of anti-coronavirus vaccines will be required to remain in home quarantine. Meanwhile, passengers who received only one dose of the vaccine will be required to stay in a three-day hotel quarantine.
Passengers who have not received the vaccine but have provided a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test result within 72 hours of the departure date will be required to stay in a 10-day hotel quarantine.