Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah on Sunday declared to open markets in the province from Monday.
All business sectors over the province will be opened with the exception of shopping centers, Murad Ali Shah declared in a press preparation. The shops will be opened from 6:00 AM in the first part of the day till 5:00 PM under the SOPs, the chief minister said.
The brokers will be answerable for implementation and agreement of the SOPs, Sindh chief minister focused. He asked for special spotlight on keeping up social distancing. “We need to take increasingly severe choices if there should arise an occurrence of further increment in coronavirus disease cases”.
The chief minister said that around 12,000 Covid-19 positive cases have been accounted for in Sindh.
Murad Ali Shah said, the lockdown has influenced the business. Karachi is a city with huge populace so as more cases of the deadly virus have been accounted for in it.
He also said, we needed to take tough choice for keeping up social distancing during the prayers under the obligation of the circumstance.
He said that around 1100 positive cases of coronavirus were accounted for in the region yesterday, while more than 700 cases likewise detailed today.
Sindh government representative Murtaza Wahab prior said that 4,215 tests were led during the past 24 hours against which 709 turned positive. He included 61 individuals have healed from the infection, taking the quantity of recoveries to 2,081.
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