Bara extends prohibitory order by 15 daysThe previous order issued on May 13 was set to end on Monday.
The Bara District Administration Office has extended the prohibitory order in the district until June 2 to stem the spread of Covid-19. The previous order issued on May 13 was set to end on Monday.
Chief District Officer Rudra Prasad Pandit said a security committee meeting on Monday extended the prohibitory order by 15 days.
“The order will be in place until June 2. Only essential services will be allowed to operate during the period” said Pandit.
All non-essential shops and services have remained closed since the prohibitory order was issued on May 13. The DAO has also prohibited public movement between Bara and Parsa and suspended vehicle passes issued previously.
As of Monday, Bara has four active Covid-19 cases.
With the spike in Covid-19 cases, Parsa had also issued a prohibitory order from May 12.