Decision of CCMC Board of Directors to resume international air services
The government will manage up to 10 days for quarantine for a total of 15 days.
KATHMANDU: JUNE 17 – The second meeting of the COVID-19 Management Steering Committee has decided to resume air services to certain countries. The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by Prime Minister and Committee Chairman KP Sharma Oli at the PM’s residence in Baluwatar on Wednesday.
As per the decision, flights to Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Japan and Malaysia, which now have a large number of Nepali workers, will be resumed. According to the CCMC Steering Committee Secretariat, flights from these countries will not exceed two thousand passengers a week.
The meeting also decided to provide assistance to the workers who have gone for foreign employment but cannot stay in the hotel quarantine due to various reasons. The government will manage up to 10 days for quarantine for a total of 15 days.