The number of Covid-19 cases is definitely going down in Nepal. The hospital admission rate is very low … Overall, it seems the virus has been contained at this stage in Nepal. If Nepal is struggling with the dire economic fallout from Covid-19, on the surface, at least, it appears daily life in the Himalayan nation, is back to normal.
Restaurants, bars, shops, and markets have been open across the country, people are working in offices and factories, religious festivals have taken place and internal movement has been allowed.
The decline in cases has proved particularly good news for many industries, which have been hit hard by restrictions. Now, many events and programs are being organized.
Ncell, in collaboration with Durbarmarg Development Board, is catapulting the 15th Durbarmarg Street Festival on Saturday, April 16, with the slogan of ‘Cooperation for the Revival of Small, Domestic, Small and Medium Enterprises and Tourism Industry’. Gorkha Brewery is the co-sponsor of the festival.
According to organizers, the festival is being triggered with the aim of succoring domestic tourism and supporting the tourism development of the country and promoting Nepali products, Nepali dishes, and Nepali culture.
The entrance to the program is free for all, and all the goods will be disposable and managed. Several artists like Dipak Bjracharya, Vek, Sandeep Chettri, Samriddhi Rai, Mahesh Kafle, Sobhani Moktan, Everest group, and Shristi KC from Blind Rocks will be performing at the event.
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