In Nepal, ten people were arrested during a protest against the regime of isolation
Nepal police arrested on Saturday 10 people, including seven foreigners, for their participation in protests in the capital, Kathmandu, demanding the easing of the isolation regime, the newspaper reports the Tribune India.
"Foreigners have been arrested for interfering in the internal Affairs of Nepal," - said the representative of police Basant Lama.
In Kathmandu, the third day will continue the protest demanding the easing of the isolation regime, the extension of testing for coronavirus and use of effective measures to fight the disease. On Saturday around a thousand protesters blocked the main road of the city, police said.
The government of Nepal had earlier said that he spent about 89 million dollars for the fight against the pandemic, has spent almost 310 thousand tests and isolated about 158 thousand people. The protesters claim that this is not enough for the country, home to 30 million people.
On the eve of the government of Nepal decided to ease introduced because of the coronavirus isolation in areas with a low number of cases, including in the Kathmandu valley. The government has allowed to resume in certain parts of the retail and wholesale markets, as well as the movement of private vehicles. The Cabinet noted the importance of precautionary measures, including social distance, to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. Check in Kathmandu, people from other areas will be prohibited until then, until the situation with the coronavirus in the country improves.
According to the latest data, there are 5062 cases of coronavirus, died 16 people.
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