Corona restrictions in Sindh

Corona restrictions in Sindh, new orders issued

6 November 2020

After the increase in Corona cases, the Sindh government tightened its grip. The Sindh Home Department has issued a new order Corona restrictions in Sindh according to which the decisions of the NCOC dated November 3 will be fully implemented.

 

It is mandatory for everyone to wear a mask, use a sanitizer, and take special care of the SOP everywhere.

Follow SOPs at religious places, shops, bazaars, shopping centers.

No mats should be laid on the places of worship, small numbers and distances should be ensured.

Do not travel more than one third of the passengers in vehicles, follow SOP in transport.

Calling people over the age of 55 to work in offices is prohibited, only the necessary staff should be called to the office.

People with coughs, colds and flu should be careful when going out of the house, the health department will be able to test corona at any work place.Corona restrictions in Sindh

Corona restrictions in Sindh

Business people should reduce the number of their visitors, especially the room where visitors come.

Factory owners follow SOPs.

The Home Department has directed the Deputy and Assistant Commissioners to issue connotations on the violation of SOPs and said that law enforcement agencies should abide by the SOPs, where action is being taken against the violators.

Corona wave, new sanctions imposed across the country Corona restrictions in Sindh
Following the second wave of Corona, the National Emergency Operations Center Kabra initiative, the second phase of precautionary measures will be implemented across the country from tomorrow.

Rs 100 fine for not wearing mask

In the second phase, Gilgit-Baltistan model for face mask will be implemented. Those who do not wear Gilgit-Baltistan style masks will be fined Rs. 100 while those who do not wear masks will be fined and provided 3 masks.

50% staff in government and private offices

The work-from-home policy for government and private offices will come into effect from November 7. Public and private offices will be allowed to call 50% staff.

Smart lockdown will be implemented in hotspot areas of Korona. Instructions have been issued to all the four provinces for implementation of the second phase of precautionary measures.

Ban on indoor wedding ceremonies

The second phase of the precautionary measures will include a ban on indoor weddings, but the ban will take effect on November 20. Wedding ceremonies will be allowed to be held in the open air. One thousand guests will be able to participate in the open air wedding ceremony.

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