Expenses for one week's compulsory hotel quarantine are subjected to be paid on by the person whosoever is flying back to Nepal and the payment should be made prior to the arrival.
The prior-imposed nationwide lockdown, decreed to curtail the potential spread of COVID-19, was to end on June 2.
According to local authorities, 837 Nepalis have entered the country through Jhulaghat transit point while 1,061 people came through Dharchula transit point.
The government decided to extend the lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus pandemic as the total number of COVID-19 cases in the country rose to 52 after three more persons tested positive.
Nepal has been under lockdown since March 24 after the second COVID-19 case was reported and has recorded 49 coronavirus cases, with no fatality.
The development comes amid a lockdown implemeneted by the Nepal govermnment till April 27 due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
All government services other than essential have been shut down and the domestic and international flights have been suspended.
The Nepal government on Monday also extended the ongoing nationwide lockdown till April 15.
Nepal has so far recorded nine COVID-19 cases, out of which one person has recovered.