The Lockdown in Nepal has been eased, with private vehicles allowed on odd-even basis and few shops to open. However, people are still suggested to remain at home and stop from going out without need. And people who go out have to apply the safety precautions given by the WHO and Nepal government. All in all, Nepal is gradually going back to the usual routine but with caution.
Regarding COVID-19 cases, the Government of Nepal, other organizations & different groups of people have been working in coordination with each other to minimize the risk due to growing cases. The people working on the frontline are diligently working very hard to sustain the patients. Nepal was very late in catching the virus, but in prevention, it was quick to take action. We are sure we will get through this.
Rainy season has started in Nepal. With rain pouring and most of the people staying in villages due to lockdown, we can see more agricultural activities. In the farms, people are growing rice, corns, beans & vegetables. The beauty of Nepal even in rainy season is stunning as we can see more greenery along with mesmerizing mountain views.
Written by: Geeta Sharma & Lata Sharma, RajBala Treks and Expedition
Photo: Sebastian Pena Lambarri on Unsplash