CM Sindh May Agree with Two-Week Lockdown in Karachi

A choice on whether a fourteen-day lockdown will be forced in Karachi or not will be taken today during the continuous provincial team on Covid meeting at CM House. Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah is leading the meeting, with provincial ministers and healthcare experts in participation.

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Interestingly, parliamentary heads of ideological groups have likewise been welcomed to the meeting, sources said. The Sindh health division has suggested clipping a fourteen-day complete lockdown to contain the spread of the pandemic in Karachi as the inspiration rate has gone past a disturbing 30 percent in the megacity.

Given the disrupting conditions of the COVID-19 re-flood in Karachi, the team has gotten a solid proposition to force a total lockdown in the city. Clinical experts and the health division proposed stopping inter-city and intra-city drives for about fourteen days. Educational establishments have likewise been proposed to be shut for about fourteen days, sources said.

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