The ban, which has been in force since last April for the prevention and control of Doti-Covid-19, has been extended till July 30.
A meeting of the District Covid Crisis Management Center today decided to extend the ban as there is still a risk of covid infection in the district.
It has been decided to take action against those who violate the prohibition, create an artificial shortage in the supply of medicines, pharmaceuticals, essential consumer goods or services, and increase prices in accordance with the COVID-19 Crisis Management Ordinance, 2078 BS, and Local Administration Act, 2028 BS. District Officer Sunil Khanal informed.
This is the eighth time the ban has been extended since April last year. The District Covid Crisis Management Center has also given permission to operate internal public transport within the district, open shops from 6 am to 8 pm, and allow banks and financial institutions to operate every day from 10 am to 1 pm following health standards. Is
The means of transportation used in development works and development works will be able to operate in compliance with the health standards.
According to the District Covid Crisis Management Committee, it has been decided not to operate hotels, restaurants, salons, beauty parlors, gym halls, and inter-district public transport.
It has been mentioned in the notice of the Covid Crisis Management Committee that it is not allowed to hold any kind of crowded program, meeting, seminar, sports activities, etc.
The number of active corona infections in the district has reached more than 1,300. Eleven people have lost their lives in the district due to Corona.
Four of them died while being taken out of the district for treatment.
Locals estimate that the risk of corona may increase due to the increase in congestion in the district for some time.