A notification issued by the Home Department on Friday directed Sindh businesses to follow the new operating hours.
According to the notification, the business will now be allowed to operate from dawn but will have to close by 6 p.m. They will be closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
A complete ban has been imposed on political, social, cultural, and communication sports activities. Cinemas and shrines will be completely closed. In parks, walkways and walkways will remain open, requiring all visitors to strictly adhere to coronavirus protection measures, but leisure trips will be closed.
People will not be allowed to eat in indoor restaurants this Ramadan. However, they will be allowed to eat in outdoor food shops from Iftar till 11:59 pm.
Meanwhile, home delivery and takeaway will be allowed till dawn.
The Home Department also emphasized that Taraweeh’s prayers should be performed in a large, outdoor environment.
There will be a complete ban on both indoor and outdoor weddings.
Work From Home
All public and private sector offices are required to strictly adhere to the homework policy for their 50% staff.
Public transport from city to city is prohibited until midnight on Saturday and Sunday (between the nights of April 25 and 26).
All citizens going to any public place or private or government offices are required to wear masks.
561 new Cases, Three Deaths
In the province, during the last 24 hours, 11,623 tests reported 561 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the number of infections to 271,523. During this period, 3 more patients died, bringing the death toll to 4,544.
The latest number of daily cases means that Sindh has an average positive ratio of 4.8%.