Sindhupalchowk district extends prohibitory till August 30
Sindhupalchok District Administration Office has extended the prohibitory order in the district by one week so as to control the Covid-19 outbreak.
Kathmandu: Sindhupalchok District Administration Office has extended the prohibitory order in the district by one week so as to control the Covid-19 outbreak.
Now, the order will be in effect in the district until August 30 midnight, according to a decision made during a meeting of the District Covid-19 Crisis Management Centre today.
After an increase in the Covid-19 cases, the center headed by Chief District Officer Umesh Kumar Dhakal had imposed the prohibitory order to last until midnight today.
While the order is in effect, the public will be barred from coming out of their houses except for emergency works, informs an official. All businesses and shops except those providing services and goods related to health, security, electricity, telecommunication, drinking water, milk and dairy products, petroleum products, medicines, waste management, vegetables, and foodstuffs will be shut.