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Government decisions for COVID-19 prevention and control to be effectively implemented

Radio Nepal 19 Jan, 2022 8:35 am
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January 19, Kathmandu: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has decided to further effectively implement all the recommendations furnished by the COVID-19 Crisis Management Coordination Centre (CCMC) and the government in a bid to prevent and control COVID-19.

The meeting of representatives from various ministries chaired by Minister for Home Affairs Balkrishna Khand on Sunday took the decision to this effect.

The CCMC had recommended a new provision that people must keep the vaccination card (hard or soft copy) with them to go around in public places from January 21.

In the meeting, Minister Khand said that the government was serious and sensitive towards containing the virus.

Stating that it was the responsibility of the government to protect the lives of the citizens, Khand directed all the concerned ministries’ authorities to work sensitively for the same.

Meanwhile, the meeting decided to allow schools to open from January 30 to February 3 to vaccinate the students.

The schools and universities can conduct exams observing the health safety protocols against COVID-19. Passengers should show vaccination card while procuring tickets for air travel.

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