Gulmi extends lockdown till August 4

A restraining ( Lockdown) order has been extended in Gulmi till August 4.  A meeting of the District Covid-19 Crisis

26 July 2021 09:57 AM, ✍️ UPDATED: 4 months ago

26 July 2021 09:57 AM

A restraining ( Lockdown) order has been extended in Gulmi till August 4. 

A meeting of the District Covid-19 Crisis Management Center has decided to extend the ban till 12 noon on August 4.

Although the rate of corona infection remains the same, the ban has been added in various areas. 

According to the added injunction, the shops selling food items will be allowed to operate daily from 5 am to 4 pm by adopting health safety standards.

Public transport will be able to operate short-distance transport by fully complying with health safety standards. Private transport will also be allowed to operate.

However, private transport has been banned. Jeeps and trucks carrying construction materials, books, and agricultural products will be able to operate in the district by adopting safety standards.

It has been said that the educational institution will be run by an alternative method. The canteen and restaurant will be open till 7 pm.

Banks and financial institutions, cooperatives, insurance companies will be able to operate. 

Shops selling food and banks and financial institutions, fancy shops, electronic shops, tailoring, gold and silver shops, stationery, and book shops have been opened.

Salons, beauty parlors, and public transport in the district have been completely banned. Hospitals and drug stores will be open 24 hours a day.

According to the Health Office, Gulmi, 376 people have been actively infected with the second wave of Kovid in the district. 

A total of 91 people have died in the district due to corona infection.

According to the office, 3,960 infected people have been cured in the district so far. 

The number of people vaccinated against the first phase of corona in the district is 43,261. 

Similarly, 9,089 people have been vaccinated in the second phase.

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