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Prohibitory Orders in Doti District for 10 Days

News 04 May 2021 119 0

Prohibitory orders

Prohibitory orders have been issued for 10 days in the Doti district. Prohibitory orders have been issued with effect from midnight on 20th Baishakh Monday to 31st Baishakh midnight. The Chief District Officer said in a statement that Prohibitory Orders have been issued in the district to prevent and control the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) with a new variant of the global epidemic.

During the Prohibitory Orders period, all types of private and public vehicles except essential services are prohibited from operating. Similarly, food shops will be open from 6 am to 9 am and from 5 pm to 7 pm in full compliance with the health standards.

Government offices, banks, and financial institutions have been asked to suspend services other than essential services for the duration of Prohibitory Orders. During that period, gatherings, conferences, processions, festivals, and other crowded activities have been banned.

The ban has been issued as soon as the number of infected people in the district has reached 198. In the Doti district, 54 people tested positive for corona on Monday alone. In the laboratory of the district hospital, 45 people were added to the PCR, 6 people in Jorail Rural Municipality, and 3 people in KI Singh Rural Municipality.