Trade activities partially resumed at the Pakistan-Iran border.

Trade exercises partially continued at the Pakistan-Iran border on Saturday following two weeks in the middle of the coronavirus fears.

Pakistan had shut its border with Iran at Taftan after in excess of 120 individuals were killed and in excess of 4,500 infected with the novel coronavirus in the neighboring nation.

According to Levies officials, trade exercises continued at the border following 14 days with trailers traveling every which way into the nation.

The drivers of the vehicles are being screened at the border and shower is being done at the vehicle entering Pakistan from Iran to limit the danger of coronavirus.

Several vehicles loaded with products implied for trade were fronted at the border as trade ties were influenced in the middle of the spread of coronavirus.

In the meanwhile, various explorers rolling in from Iran to Pakistan has exceeded 3,000 on Friday.

Pakistani authorities on the border have uncovered that all explorers advancing toward Pakistan from Iran had been kept in disconnected, isolated territories from the overall public.

Government sources had uncovered that 200 pilgrims made their way into Pakistan yesterday.

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