On September 17, local time, long-distance buses in Nepal, which had been suspended for nearly half a year due to the new crown pneumonia epidemic, resumed operations.

On the same day, the driver and other flight attendants held a ceremony for their respective vehicles and sprayed disinfectant water into the compartments.

  At the end of March this year, in order to prevent and control the epidemic, the Nepalese government implemented a series of blockade measures, including measures such as stopping domestic long-distance bus operations.

  After the operation is resumed, all long-distance bus staff must wear masks and gloves; the passenger capacity of each vehicle must not exceed 50% of the rated passenger capacity; long-distance bus operators must provide passengers with hand sanitizer.

(Reporter Zhang Chenyi edited Lu Jie)

Editor in charge: [Wang Kai]