Sindh CM Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah suggested a two-week lockdown in the province to stem the rising cases being reported in a country among the third wave of coronavirus infections. He said, “Do a lockdown or don’t do it; smart lockdown is nothing,” during speaking to the media in Islamabad, But the federal authorities didn’t endorse the recommendation.
Suggestion by CM:
The CM briefs journalist that his government wants a ban on city transportation for at least two weeks because the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is more dangerous.
Sind Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said on Thursday the Prime minister accepted the suggestion. Sindh remained secure than the other cities because it suspended buses, trains, and planes a year. The chief minister said he had called for a meeting of the provincial task force on Covid-19 Friday, he said, Still, the local government would make its own decision if the National Command and Operation Centre didn’t suspend public transport.
Pakistan has been fighting a third wave of Covid-19. PM Khan expressed it even as “more dangerous” compare to the previous two in a message to the country a few days ago.
CM Murad to spotlight “I have antibodies, yet I am still afraid of Corona Virus,” said CM Murad, highlighting how dangerous the COVID-19 virus is. He also criticized the proceeding national vaccination policy, saying the government failed to procure the vaccine. Furthermore, he said that Sindh’s policy on coronavirus boosted the whole nation.
Pakistan reports over 4,000 cases
The virus has as yet declared 14,530 lives in Pakistan. Of them, 4,502 deaths were reported in Sindh alone. However, Prime Minister Imran Khan assumes that the country doesn’t have enough assets to manage a total lockdown. PM Khan said on March 28, “We can’t close the country,” “We can’t impose a lockdown because we don’t have the resources to provide people food and take care of them.” he said Even well countries don’t have such resources.
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