Kathmandu, January 29th The Nepalese government lifted the ban on the entry of passengers from the United Kingdom on the 29th, and passengers from the United Kingdom can enter Nepal from now on on the premise of complying the relevant regulations.
The Nepalese Cabinet met on the same day and made the above-mentioned decision.
However, passengers from the United Kingdom, Malta and Ireland must hold a certificate of negative nucleic acid test within 72 hours before the flight departure to enter Nepal.
According to the announcement issued by the Nepal Embassy in the United Kingdom, passengers travelling from the United Kingdom to Nepal must submit relevant information on the relevant website of the Nepalese government in advance.
These passengers entering Nepal must be quarantined for 10 days at the hotel.
However, if the passenger’s nucleic acid test results on the fifth day of isolation are negative, he can return to his residence for five days of self-isolation.
On December 22, 2020, the Nepal Civil Aviation Authority issued an announcement that Nepal will suspend flights with the United Kingdom from midnight on the 23rd in response to the coronavirus variability in the UK.
The announcement said that flights to Nepal should not let passengers from the United Kingdom or transit through the United Kingdom board the plane.
As of press time, Nepal has a total of 270,745 cases of COVID-19, of which 3 are mutant cases of COVID-19.