Kathmandu valley’s ban is a bit loose
The duration of the injunction has been extended by one week from today in Kathmandu Valley.
As per the decision of the joint meeting of the Chief District Officers of the three districts of the Kathmandu Valley, the injunction has been extended till 12 noon on July 22.
As per the decision taken by the joint meeting of the Chief District Officers of the three districts of the Kathmandu Valley, the time limit for opening food shops has been extended till 12 noon on July 22 and book and hardware shops will also be allowed to open on time. Food shops, department stores, fruit shops and book shops.
The order states that the hardware store will be open from 4 pm and will be open till 11 am.
As per Sunday’s decision, the hotel restaurant will now be able to launch ‘Take Away’ service. By taking orders online, take away service will be available from 7 am.
Local administration offices have issued a restraining order in the Kathmandu Valley from April 29 for prevention and control after the increase in corona infection. Currently, injunctions are being issued in 75 districts of the country.