Xinhua news agency, Kathmandu, August 22 (reporter Zhou Shengping) – Nepal’s government announced on the 21st that it would resume limited international flights from September 1, allowing specific groups of people from specific countries and regions to enter, but temporarily not allowing tourists to enter. Katiwada, spokesman of the Nepalese government, announced the decision made by the cabinet meeting at a press conference held on the same day. He said that the resumption of commercial flights to China’s Chinese mainland, China, Hongkong, Malaysia, Korea, Japan, UAE, Thailand, Australia, the United States, Canada and European countries. However, for those who take commercial flights to Nepal, the Nepalese government has imposed identity restrictions: Nepalese citizens who have applied for approval to return home, representatives and employees of diplomatic missions and consulates in Nepal, representatives and employees of United Nations agencies in Nepal, and employees of other international aid agencies. < p > < p > the Nepalese government requires these people to carry the negative report of new coronavirus test (the test completed within 72 hours before boarding) and the hotel reservation certificate for isolation for 7 days. Seven days later, the Tanis will have to be isolated for another 14 days. For domestic commercial passenger flights, Nepalese government officials said that in view of the 7-day epidemic blockade in Kathmandu Valley in the capital region, it was temporarily decided not to resume on September 1. < p > < p > the Ministry of health and population of Nepal released the new epidemic data on the 21st, which showed that in the past 24 hours, there were 838 new confirmed cases in Nepal, with a total of 30483 confirmed cases; 11 new death cases and 137 deaths.