Kathmandu Valley is under smart lockdown from January 12

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Following the proposal of the COVID-19 Crisis Management Center (CCMCC), the Kathmandu Valley has been placed on smart lockdown since Wednesday.

The Valley’s district administration offices issued a directive on Monday urging the public to rigorously adhere to the COVID-19 related health safety protocols.

With the increase in COVID-19 cases, the government has prohibited mass gatherings and fairs.

A conference of the chief district officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur held on Tuesday decided to restrict political meetings, rallies, and fairs, among other things, as a method to combat the rising number of COVID-19 cases.

Face masks are required for commuters using public transportation and those going outdoors to public locations, according to an order issued by the District Administration Office in Kathmandu Valley.

Similarly, people must maintain social distance, wash their hands frequently with soap, use sanitizers, and adhere to health procedures.

Similarly, the administration’s edict has prohibited gatherings of more than 25 persons.

Since January 21, customers have been required to show their vaccination cards while entering hotels, restaurants, movie theaters, stadiums, and boarding flights.