New prohibitory orders - How will it be affecting you ?

Posted On: May 27, 2021 6:54 pm

Anyone obstructing the implementation of the ordinance or violating the restrictions will be liable to a fine of up to Rs500,000 and one year jail or both. Anyone found without a mask in public can be fined Rs100 and those found violating the movement restriction can be fined Rs200.

A meeting held on Tuesday (25th May 2021) between the chief district officers of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur came to a conclusion to extend the lockdown for a week starting from 28th May. The prohibitory order in Kathmandu Valley that had been in place since 29th April to contain the spread of Covid-19 will be extended till 3rd June.


Further tightening the lockdown grocery shops and department stores won’t be allowed to open during this time. Construction work will also be halted and vehicles carrying construction materials will not be allowed to operate. The shops selling vegetables, dairy products and fruits will be allowed to open till 9am as opposed to 10am as per previous guidelines.

In order to enforce the prohibitory order the government has stated that anyone obstructing the implementation of the ordinance or violating the restrictions will be liable to a fine of up to Rs500,000 and one year jail or both. The notice also states that anyone violating the protocols set in line with the ordinance can face six months of imprisonment or Rs300,000 fine or both.
Similarly, anyone found without a mask in public can be fined Rs100 and those found violating the movement restriction can be fined Rs200.



 

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