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Mandatory vaccination card for public services in Jumla


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2022 Jan 13, 19:19, Jumla
This image shows a view of Tamti village in Tatopani Rural Municipality of Jumla district, in November 2020. Photo courtesy: Rajesh

In order to receive public services in Jumla, it will be mandatory to have a vaccination card. This was requested by the meeting of District Covid Crisis Management Committee.

The District Covid-19 Crisis Management Committee has urged the citizens of Jumla to take health precautions to avoid infection. Chief District Officer Vijayakumari Prasai said that the committee has decided not to hold all kinds of political and administrative and social programs in public places.

According to Prasai, it has been decided not to organize fairs, gatherings, and festivals with more than 25 people in public places. "Effective January 21, there will be a mandatory covid vaccination card when entering public places, offices, hotels, restaurants, public transport, and banks and financial institutions," said Prajia Prasarin.

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