Kathmandu : In Ilam, the prohibition has been extended again. A meeting of the District Covid Management Committee held today to prevent, control and treat the highly contagious corona infection has decided to extend the prohibition from Jestha 22 to Jestha 31 at 12 noon in Ilam.
Earlier, a restraining order was issued from Jestha 12 to Jestha 22. According to the information issued by Chief District Officer Dhruva Bahadur Khadka, it is prohibited to go out and walk outside the house except for urgent work including medical treatment.
All kinds of meeting conferences, seminars, training seminars, cinema halls, party palaces, swimming pools, shopping malls, entertainment venues, salons, beauty parlors, gyms, group sports, libraries, museums, etc will not be allowed to operate. Vegetables and fruits sold in the market can be sold from permanently constructed places or shops following the health standards.
Development works can be carried out in compliance with the prescribed health safety standards by arranging accommodation for the workers in the workplace. Vehicles carrying food grains, vegetables, fruits, milk and dairy products, meat and meat products, poultry grains, eggs or chickens and agricultural products cannot be stopped except at the destination.
In order to cross the Pashupatinagar checkpoint, the international entry point opened by the Government of Nepal, the criteria set by the government will have to be fulfilled.
The movement of rhinos from other checkpoints is prohibited. In case of disobeying the order, punishment will be given as per the COVID-19 Crisis Management Ordinance, 2078 BS. Currently, the number of infected people in the district has exceeded 1,200.
(Source : Ratopati)