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Surkhet, Bardiya impose prohibitory orders

Essential services to run adopting health safety precautions


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2021 Apr 26, 16:05,
A view of Birendranagar Chowk in Surkhet district, on October 28, 2021. Photo: Suresh Chaudhary/NepalNews

Surkhet authorities have imposed prohibitory orders for a week starting from midnight April 27.

A meeting of District COVID-19 Crisis Management Centre held today decided to impose the prohibitory order from April 27 midnight keeping the coronavirus pandemic in mind.

Chief District Officer of Surkhet, Chhabi Lal Rijal, said they have decided to impose a prohibitory order to curb the further spread of the coronavirus infection.

The administration has stated that essential services like drinking water, electricity, and banks and financial institutions will be allowed to operate by adopting health safety precautions.

Assistant Chief District Officer, Rom Bahadur Mahat, reported that efforts are on to carry out PCR tests of Karnali folks returning from India at the border point and to carry out treatment of those infected with the virus and in serious condition in Banke.

Likewise, a prohibitory order has been issued in Bardiya for a week to minimise the risk of coronavirus after cases started increasing on a daily basis in the neighbouring district, Banke.

A meeting held at the District Administration Office decided to impose a prohibitory order from midnight today till May 2.

According to Chief District Officer, Santa Bahadur Sunar, all services and activities except essential services and development construction will be closed during the period.

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