Public health experts have suggested the people not to come out except for essentials work as there is still the risk of COVID-19 infection.
The specialists suggested the general people not to come out from home, saying there is still risk of coronavirus infection as COVID-19 infection has spread in community-level in India and Nepal has also lifted lockdown.
Joint-Spokesperson at the Ministry of Health and Population, Dr Samir Kumar Adhikari, urged the people to adopt precaution as risk of coronavirus infection has increased with the end of lockdown.
He asked people to come out from house only after adopting health criteria prepared by COVID-19 if there is urgent.
Dr Adhikari urged people to use mask, sanitizer and maintain social distance while coming out from home. The government had ended the four-month long lockdown from July 21 midnight.
Similarly, Executive Director at the Shukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital, Dr Sagar Rajbhandari, shared there is risk of coronavirus infection as people have started returning from abroad as well as people, went in their home town during lockdown, have started returning in Kathmandu Valley.
Dr Rajbhandari added one should not go in crowd and gathering to protect himself/herself from coronavirus infection.
He also urged one and all to use mask, sanitizer and maintain social distance.
Source: National News Agency Nepal