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June 13, 2021

Prohibitory orders in Kathmandu valley extended until June 21

Kathmandu: The ongoing prohibitory orders enforced since April 29 to curb the Covid-19 pandemic in Kathmandu Valley have been extended until June 21.

The prohibitory orders were extended by a meeting of the chief district officers (CDOs) of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur districts on Sunday afternoon.

The decision comes at a time when the ongoing prohibitory orders which were extended by 10 days on June 2 was going to expire on June 14 at midnight.

The three Kathmandu valley’s CDOs meeting has also decided to allow groceries and book shops to remain open till 11 a.m besides permitting online deliveries and take away services of hotels and restaurants.

Similarly, farmers have been allowed to conduct daily agricultural activities and hardware shops to remain open after 4 pm.

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