The 120-day lockdown ended at midnight on Tuesday. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held on Monday has decided to end the ongoing lockdown from midnight on Tuesday.

120 Days Long Lockdown Ends In Nepal

The government had launched a lockdown on April 25 for the prevention and control of corona epidemic. The term was extended several times and remained in force till June 10. After that, the government allowed private vehicles to operate in the odd-even system and gradually opened the lockdown.

The government’s lockdown coronavirus (Covid-19) infection, which has spread like a global epidemic was completely removed from midnight on Tuesday. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, government spokesperson and Minister of Finance and Communications and Information Technology Dr. Yuvaraj Khatiwada informed that the lockdown ended after four months.

He said that the lockdown for prevention and control of Corona epidemic has ended since March 25. This was stated by Minister Khatiwada while speaking at a press conference organized to make the decision of the Council of Ministers public.

Although 120 days lockdown ends in Nepal From Midnight On Tuesday, the government has maintained restrictions in some areas.

Educational institutions, seminars, demonstrations and conferences, cinema halls, dance bars, entertainment venues, salons, beauty parlors, gyms, health clubs, group games, religious sites, libraries, museums, and zoo food are not yet open.

Similarly, domestic and international flights and medium and long distance inter-district transport will be open from September 20. International sports training and preliminary games can also be open from September 1.

But the government has allowed hotels and restaurants to open from July 15. Schools have been given an exemption to conduct activities including admission and examination from August 17.

The government has also decided to reopen the hotel business which was halted due to lockdown. The government, which has decided to reopen the hotel from July 3, has continued banning parties and parties. According to the government’s decision, it will no longer be possible to have a party at a hotel.

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