Kathmandu: International flight suspension has been extended until April 30 to grapple with the frightening epidemic of COVID-19.
The government’s high-level committee meeting held in Kathmandu on Tuesday further suspended the ongoing suspension of international flights until April 30 to contain the deadly Coronavirus pandemic according to government sources.
Earlier, the international flights were suspended until April 15 to cope up with the spread of Coronavirus. However, this decision may not thwart the commercial flights for medical and humanitarian services to charter aircraft and cargos, said the sources.
The government decision also facilitates to regulate and monitor the travel of the people and pave the way for the reinforcement of food supply for the public.
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