Sindh government imposed a mini lockdown in Karachi to control coronavirus.

As per information from the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC), Karachi is seeing one more spike in coronavirus cases.

The sudden rise grabbed the attention of the national decision making body and a gathering early on Wednesday talked about proper measures to control the rise in cases.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health Dr Faisal Sultan reportedly underlined mini lockdown, contact following and an exacting stick to health protocols.

The Sindh government forced a mini lockdown in two regions of the city’s sub-division Manghopir zone on Wednesday, as cases of the novel coronavirus keep on rising in the city.

The choice was taken after in excess of 20 cases were accounted for from Manghopir Union Council.

The mini lockdown has been forced for a time of about fourteen days from 12:00 am 01-10-2020 to 15-10-2020 till 07:00 pm, as indicated by the notification.

Public gatherings, transportation and pillion riding of any sort are strictly banned in the lockdown territories.

The notification called on authorities to seal the territories and offer logistical help in close coordination with the District Health Officer Karachi West and law authorization organizations (Police and Rangers).

Moreover, Commissioner Karachi Muhammad Sohail Rajput focused on that the authorities will close down marriage halls and restaurants on the violations of come up with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

He instructed District Commissioners to observe the activities in their particular territories and review restaurants and marriage hall whether they are following SOPs or not.

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