A file photograph of the Abdullah Shah Ghazi’s shrine in Karachi. — AFP/File

Because the coronavirus circumstances in Sindh improve, the provincial authorities has determined to close down shrines throughout the province.

Chief Administrator Auqaf for Sindh, in a notification, stated all shrines and dargahs would stay closed for 10 days — from March 28 to April 6.

The choice got here throughout a gathering with provincial Minister for Auqaf Sohail Anwar Sial within the chair.

4 days in the past, the Auqaf Division had notified the reopening of all of the shrines within the province, nonetheless, with a rise in coronavirus circumstances, the federal government has determined to close them down.

Within the final 24 hours, Sindh has recorded 252 new coronavirus circumstances and 4 deaths, bumping the full infections to 264,606 and shifting the demise toll as much as 4,491.

The province recorded 293 circumstances on March 26, 247 on March 25, 151 on March 24, 200 on March 23, and 174 coronavirus infections on March 22, in line with the federal government’s official figures.

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