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Government announces more relaxations

Shopkeepers in Thimphu can cross over to other mega zones to operate businesses after obtaining a one-time e-pass beginning today. The e-pass can be used to move between home and their shops every day. 

This and a host of relaxations were announced around midnight yesterday. 

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