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Nepal Likely to Plunge into Third Wave of COVID-19
  Kathmandu, Nepal      January 11 2022

Kathmandu, Nepal, January 11, 2022: As the daily coronavirus infection cases drastically increased triggering a fear of third wave in the country, the government has brought some restrictive measures to contain the spreading threats of the virus.    

Following the recommendation of the Covid-19 Crisis Management Coordination Centre (CCMCC), the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHP) has on Monday issued a circular to ban gatherings of more than 25 people and limit the use of public amenities and access to government offices.

Similarly, The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) has also directed the schools to close until January 29. All the basic and secondary schools have been instructed to close from Tuesday to January 29 owing to the fast spread of the coronavirus and the presence of the Omicron variant in the country.

With the provision made by the MoHP), people will have to produce vaccination certificate from January 21 to enter some public facilities and access government services. The ministry has sent a circular to all 77 districts, MoHP Pradeep Kumar Koirala said.