The ban on Kathmandu Valley will be tightened from June 30. On the recommendation of three chief district officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur, the ban has been extended by one week. Here we are going to give information about what can be done and what cannot be done as soon as the lockdown is tightened.
He was allowed to walk in the Kathmandu Valley in the evening which started on April 30. However, the morning walk and evening walk have been banned from the 14th of this month. Similarly, activities like marriage ban will not be allowed in hotels and party palaces. Vehicles other than the essential ones have been barred from entering the valley. Similarly, non-essential government offices, public institutions, insurance companies will remain closed. Also, no more than two vehicles of the same bank can be used.
The injunction issued on April 29 exempted development work. But now all such construction works have been stopped. Instructions have been issued to close grocery stores and department stores which are considered as essential. Grocery stores have been found to be overcrowded under the pretext of buying food and have further contributed to the spread of corona infection. The department store has been closed for a week. But shops like vegetables, fish and meat will be opened. It has been decided to close grocery stores and department stores as rations can be bought for a week.
Similarly, sidewalks, bicycles, wheelbarrows, various trades and carpenters will not be allowed to operate.
Similarly, these actions will be allowed in the prohibition order from the 14th. For example, vehicles of government offices, banks, internet service providers and Ncell will be allowed to operate from 9.30 am to 10.30 am and from 5 pm to 6 pm. In the case of commercial banks, two branches including the head office will be opened.
Passengers going abroad will be able to go to the airport. Vegetable, fish, meat, fruit and gas shops will be open till 9 am. Similarly, marriage and bratbandha can be done in the presence of a maximum of 7 people. These activities can be done at home or in the place where you live by following the health standards. For this, a vehicle can be used to move around using a banner.
In case of sick Kuruwa, one person will be able to move on the basis of hospital card. If you have to go outside the valley to visit a patient, you can do so with the permission of the Chief District Officer along with a copy of the patient’s report card. Similarly, security guards will be allowed to move around wearing uniforms. Vehicles such as food and ambulances will be allowed to enter the valley, while all the passes issued earlier in the valley have been canceled.