Ease of lockdown restrictions sees public vehicles back on the valley roadsPublic vehicles with a seating capacity of 25 are allowed to operate inside the valley from Tuesday onwards.
Prohibitory orders that have been in place in three districts of Kathmandu Valley since April 29 have been extended by a week starting Tuesday with the relaxation of public vehicles restrictions under the odd-even rules.
Public vehicles with more than 25 seats are allowed to operate following the health standards. The authorities have also asked bus operators to ensure that drivers and their helpers as well passengers wear masks.
The vehicles will be allowed to operate between 6 am and 7 pm.
After nearly two months of lockdown, a meeting of the Valley’s three chief district officers on Sunday had announced the decision to relax the lockdown rules considering the declining number of Covid-19 infections in the Valley.
Here are some images taken by Post’s photographer, Sanjog Manandhar, of people at the NAC bus stop in Kathmandu following ease of restrictions on vehicular movement inside the valley from Tuesday.