The state states that current legislation is not sufficient to launch a Covid-19 successful response in the region.
A meeting on Sunday also led the ministry of law and other bodies involved to set up legal instruments to deal with the pandemic, a specific governmental body set up to develop strategies against the pandemic.
In response to the pandemic, the government currently implements the Infectious Disease Act of 1964, but today CCMC concluded it was not sufficient.
Secretary of State Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, a member of the committee, said that a further legal measure is needed to mobilize the entire healthcare facility in the country, including the central, provincial and local governments.
There are also problems with the public procurement law since, according to the existing provision, the government does not pay in advance which is frequently, according to it, a prerequisite for purchasing vaccines.
The meeting was also attended by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.