Kathmandu : A prohibition will be imposed in Rasuwa from 12 noon on Monday. It has been decided to impose a prohibition as the number of Covid-19 patients is increasing in the district on a daily basis.
A meeting of the district level Covid-19 Management Center (DCCMC) held on Sunday has decided to impose a prohibition on the entire district from 12 noon on Monday. The meeting has decided on three points for the operation of general, government, semi-government, public offices, banks and financial institutions and operation of shops and businesses.
According to the decision, no one should be allowed to go out of the house except for urgent work, social distance specified by the Government of Nepal, mandatory adherence to health safety standards, crowded markets, fairs, festivals, parties, banquets, etc in Rasuwa. Or if you see any other similar health problem, you should immediately contact the nearest health institution or local level.
In order to prevent unnecessary congestion in government, semi-government, public offices, banks and financial institutions and to provide essential services, arrangements have to be made to start staffing according to the rotating system. It has been requested to arrange a work from home for the work that can be done from home.
Similarly, the meeting has decided to operate food and poultry grains, cooking gas, vegetable, fruits, daily products, fish, meat, water, construction materials and other essential shops only from 6 am to 9 am and other shops would be closed completely. Drug and health care will be open 24 hours a day.
Action will be taken as per the Local Administration Act, 2028 BS and Infectious Diseases Act 2020 BS.
(Source : Nagarik Dainik)