KATHMANDU, July 25: A meeting of the chief district officers of the three districts in the Kathmandu Valley – Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur – has decided to extend the ongoing prohibitory order in the Valley by 10 more days.

KATHMANDU, July 16: The district administration offices in the Kathmandu Valley – Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur – have decided to extend the ongoing prohibitory orders by 10 more days. The newly enforced prohibitory orders will be effective till July 25.

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KATHMANDU, June 29: The district administrations of the three districts in the Kathmandu Valley extended the ongoing prohibitory orders, which have been in force since April 29, by another one week. With this, the restriction will be imposed until July 5.

KATHMANDU, June 29: Districts Administration Offices of three districts in the Kathmandu Valley – Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur – have decided to extend the ongoing prohibitory order allowing some more public activities.

Prohibitory order: What’s new!

June 28, 2021 14:12 pm

KATHMANDU, June 28: Districts Administration Offices of three districts in the Kathmandu Valley – Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur – have decided to extend the ongoing prohibitory order by one more week. However, they have decided to further ease the prohibitory order allowing a few more public activities.

KATHMANDU, June 22: The Kathmandu Valley looked lively on Tuesday with human and vehicular movements following the government’s decision to ease the prohibitory orders enforced to curb the second wave of COVID-19 from today.

KATHMANDU, June 22: The district administration offices in the Kathmandu Valley – Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur -- have eased the prohibitory orders enforced to contain the second wave of the coronavirus from Tuesday.

Prohibitory order: What’s new!

June 21, 2021 11:40 am

KATHMANDU, June 21: The district administration offices – Bhaktapur, Kathmandu and Lalitpur – decided to extend the ongoing prohibitory orders by a week on Monday.

POKHARA, June 21: District Administration Office, Kaski, has extended prohibitory orders in the district for a week with some relaxations.

KATHMANDU, June 15: The district administration offices of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur – the three districts in the Kathmandu Valley - have extended the prohibitory orders enforced in the Valley to curb the further spread of COVID-19, relaxing some restrictions enforced earlier.

KATHMANDU, June 13: The prohibitory orders enforced in the Kathmandu Valley have been extended by a week till June 21, according to Prem Prasad Bhattarai, the chief district officer of Bhaktapur.

KATHMANDU, June 13: The prohibitory orders enforced in the Kathmandu Valley to curb the spread of COVID-19 are likely to be extended by a week, according to Prem Prasad Bhattarai, the chief district officer (CDO) of Bhaktapur.

KATHMANDU, June 2: The ongoing prohibitory orders in the Kathmandu Valley have been extended by 10 days.

KATHMANDU, June 2: The district administration offices (DAOs) in the Kathmandu Valley are preparing to ease the prohibitory orders enforced to curb the further spread of COVID-19. The DAOs are planning to ease the prohibitory orders to some extent as the number of new cases of COVID-19 is gradually declining not only in the valley but also across the country. However, epidemiologists fear the worst if the prohibitory orders are not eased scientifically.

Khotang and Manang are the only districts not to enforce prohibitory orders.

KATHMANDU, May 27: The state-own entities Salt Trading Corporation (STC) and Food Management and Trading Company Limited (FMTCL) will be providing mobile services to those who want food items during the strict prohibition period to start from Friday, said the District Administration Office (DAO), Kathmandu.

KATHMANDU, May 26: One of the major Buddhist pilgrim sites in the Kathmandu Valley, the Bauddhanath Stupa, wore a deserted look on the occasion of Buddha Jayanti on Wednesday.

KATHMANDU, May 24: Any individual, who breaches the safety protocols enforced by the government in the federal capital may have to face a cash fine of up to Rs 500,000 and a jail term of one year, with the government enforcing the COVID-19 Risk Management Ordinance, 2021 starting Monday.

KATHMANDU, May 17: Vehicular emissions are one of the key contributors to Kathmandu’s air pollution. Thanks to the lockdown aimed at containing the raging COVID-19 Pandemic, the vehicular movement is almost non-existent for the past three weeks. Brick kilns, numbering around 100 in the Valley--another major source of air pollution, are not operational. Among others, vehicular emissions, emissions from brick kilns and other industries and burning of waste materials are considered responsible for Kathmandu’s toxic air.

SURKHET, May 14: The prohibitory order enforced in Surkhet district as a precautionary measure to contain the second wave of Covid-19 has been extended by two weeks.

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KATHMANDU, May 11: Contractors have urged the government to extend the deadline of the project construction period by additional one year, citing disruption in construction works due to ongoing prohibitory orders imposed by the government to contain the second wave of the COVID-19.

KATHMANDU, May 10: The District COVID-19 Crisis Management Committees (DCCMCs) of the Kathmandu Valley has recommended the COVID-19 Crisis Management Committee (CCMC) to extend the ongoing prohibitory orders for 15 more days.

POKHARA, May 4: The District Administration Office (DAO) of Kaski has enforced a prohibitory order of 10 days in the district starting from Tuesday.

KATHMANDU, May 4: Prohibitory orders in the three districts of  the Kathmandu Valley that are in force for a week since April 29 have been extended by one more week.

KATHMANDU, May 1: Based on a decision made by the Council of Ministers that authorized the local administration offices to impose prohibitory orders if the number of cases surpasses 200 in hill districts and 500 in the districts located in the southern plains and the Kathmandu Valley, local administrations of over two dozen districts have enforced prohibitory orders to contain further spread of COVID-19.

KATHMANDU, April 29: The local administration in the three districts of the Kathmandu Valley -- Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur -- imposed a week-long (April 29-May 5) prohibitory orders issuing separate notices in an apparent bid to break the terrifying chain of COVID-19 infection.

KATHMANDU, April 29: Banks and financial institutions (BFIs) will remain open in the Kathmandu Valley during the prohibitory orders imposed from Thursday.

KATHMANDU, April 27: With the government’s announcement of prohibitory orders in the Kathmandu Valley starting Thursday morning, people are leaving the valley in large numbers.

MAKAWANPUR, Aug 24: The district administration in Makawanpur has extended the prohibitory orders for another week owing to a surge in cases of coronavirus in recent days.

BIRATNAGAR, Aug 21: The District COVID-19 Crisis Management Center (CCMC) in Morang has decided to extend prohibitory orders for five days.

KATHMANDU, Aug 18: Local administration in Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur have started consultations to tighten the measures to control the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).