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COVID-19 Nepal: Businesses Resume Operations with ‘Ease of Lockdown’

However, all domestic and international flights will remain suspended until July 5.
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COVID-19 Nepal: Businesses Resume Operations with ‘Ease of Lockdown’

After witnessing losses in businesses for almost three months, the Nepalis are relieved following the government’s decision to ease lockdown and allow some businesses to resume operations.

On June 10, 2020, the Nepali Government has decided to change the modality of the lockdown to resume economic activities gradually.

Some of the major developments include-

Govt Offices to Open From Today!

Nepal Govt Offices

According to the new lockdown regulations, the government offices are set to resume operations from today.

However, the Nepali Government has instructed the concerned authorities to operate offices with only 50% of employees.

Banks to Operate Two Shifts a Day!

Nepal Rastra Bank

The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has instructed all the Banks and Financial Institutions (BFI) to operate in two shifts from 8 am to 6 pm to avoid customers’ crowd.

It has directed the banks to ensure social distancing among the customers as well as employees while providing banking services.

Moreover, the NRB has also instructed the BFIs to adopt infection prevention measures for the employees who come in direct contact with customers.

Airlines Remain Suspended Until July 5!

nepal airlines corporation

With the continuous rise in coronavirus cases, the Nepali Government has decided to suspend flight operations for an extended period.

The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation informed that all the domestic and international commercial flights would remain suspended until July 5.

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