Govt Bans All flights Service Until Sept 16
Kathmandu – Nepal Government has decided to extend the ongoing suspension on domestic as well as international flights until September 16.
Government Spokesperson Dr. Yubaraj Khatiwada said that the government has also extended the suspension on inter-district transportation until September 1.
Likewise, the government has decided to open only 10 out of the 20 designated entry points to the country from India. This means that the government has reduced 10 entry points from the designated ones.
A meeting of the cabinet held on Monday decided to block 10 entry points for people to enter the country via land route.
Government Spokesperson Dr. Yubaraj Khatiwada said people will be allowed entry from 10 points including Kakarvitta, Rani, Madar, Gaur, Birgunj, Belahiya, Krishnanagar, Jamunaha, Gaurifanta, and Gaddachauki entry points. The government had earlier decided to open 20 entry points for people to enter the country.
Likewise, all government offices will be allowed to mobilize only 50 percent of the staffers by strictly implementing the health protocols.
Likewise, the government has imposed a ceiling of only 500 passengers per day for the rescue and repatriation flights to Kathmandu.
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