Govt make vaccination mandatory from January 22

This undated image shows the premises of the Ministry of Home Affairs in Singha Durbar, Kathmandu. Photo: Google maps image

Kathmandu: The government has banned more than 25 people from gathering in public places.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has stopped more than 25 people from gathering in public places to prevent the spread of the corona virus.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has stated that a circular has been issued in the district with the necessary arrangements not to hold gathering and festivals in public places until further notice.

Similarly, the Ministry of Home Affairs has stated that it will make arrangements to hold political gatherings in public places and not to hold administrative, social and similar programs in the presence of many people.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has directed the subordinate security agencies and the administration office to implement the decision. The Covid-19 Crisis Management Coordination Center (CCMCC) on Sunday made a decision and recommended to the Ministry of Home Affairs to implement it.

Similarly, the security agencies and the administration have been instructed to make arrangements for entering public places – government offices, hotels, restaurants, cinema halls, stadiums, airports, parks, etc. only on the basis of the corona vaccine card or photo of the card.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has also directed to make the vaccination card mandatory for receiving public services from January 22.

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