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New Normal - Photostory by Pranishan Rajbhandari #spnnepal

Some places across the Nepal are beginning to ease the coronavirus restrictions. Businesses are reopening , people are celebrating festivals, places of worship are opening and other different fields are reopening slowly but with rules on social distancing and taking safety measures.But everything looks much different than what we are used to.Many of us are still working from home. Others have lost their jobs and are looking for new ones. We continue to keep our distance from one another, whether it's in a park, out shopping or in our places of worship. Meanwhile, the pandemic is still continues to climb as the world rushes to find a vaccine.These images show just how much our lives have changed because of Covid-19.

Taxi services started inside the valley.
Taxi driver cleaning his vehicle before taking any passenger.
Taxi driver waiting for passenger.
Public Vehicle are reopened within the valley. Traffic police are doing their duty by taking necessary safety measures.
Medical shop staff open the shop but cover the front view with plastic as a safety measure.
Vegetable Vendor.
Mask is compulsory.
Newspaper Vendor | Salesperson reopens his business in the street of Jamal, Kathmandu,Nepal
Barber start his daily life work.
Waiting for his turn.

People started to visit the holy places maintaining social distance.
People flow is very low in the street.
Businesses reopening in different parts of valley.
Daily life activity.
Women selling butter lamp on the occasion of Rato Machindranath Festival at Pulchowk, Laltipur, Nepal.
Taking safety measure , the month long Rato Machindranath Festival is started.

All Images and text by Pranishan Rajbhandari.


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