Pakistan: There will be no permission to leave the house after 6 pm in Sindh, CM said - the situation may become 'uncontrollable'

Pakistan: There will be no permission to leave the house after 6 pm in Sindh, CM said – the situation may become ‘uncontrollable’

Delta Variant is spreading very fast in many cities of Pakistan. The condition of Karachi city has become such that the hospitals are full there.

Corona worsening situation in Pakistan (symbolic photo)

Corona cases are increasing continuously in Pakistan. To prevent infection, amid the increase in COVID-19 cases in Sindh, the Chief Minister of the province Murad Ali Shah has issued instructions to ban non-essential movement after 6 pm. The orders have been issued during the meeting of the Provincial Task Force on Tuesday after reviewing the latest pandemic situation.

The Chief Minister directed the Additional IG Police and Karachi Commissioner to close the markets on time and shut down the tuition centers and private gyms, which were still running. He has appealed to the people to stay at home and avoid going out without any valid reason. In view of the current rise in Corona cases, especially in Karachi, the Chief Minister constituted a Ministerial Committee to sensitize all stakeholders including shopkeepers, traders, transporters and politicians to cooperate with the government in the supreme interest of public health. Did.

CM said – the situation is very ‘dangerous’

He said that if precautions are not taken then nothing will be under control. The committee includes Local Government Minister Syed Nasir Shah, Industries Minister Jam Ikram Dhrejo, Transport Minister Awais Qadir Shah and Adviser Law Murtaza Wahab. The Chief Minister reviewed the COVID situation and termed it as ‘dangerous’.

He audited the facilities available in government hospitals and decided to declare some more hospitals as COVID facilities. Giving information about the meeting, Health Secretary Dr Kazim Jatoi said that the detection ratio of COVID-19 in the state has reached 12.7%, which is the highest in the fourth wave.

SIM will be blocked for those who do not get vaccinated

Sindh’s health department briefed the National Command and Operation Center on a four-stage strategy to block mobile SIMs of unvaccinated people in the province amid a spike in COVID-19 cases. ARY News gave this information in its report on Saturday. According to the information, action will be taken against people without vaccination in four phases and initially they will be warned of getting vaccinated or blocking the mobile SIM.

In the second phase, the Health Department has recommended a ban on social media accounts of unvaccinated people. At the same time, in the third phase, the calling services will be suspended while in the fourth phase the mobile SIM will be completely stopped. The Sindh government on Friday decided to approach the Pakistan Telecom Authority to block SIMs of unvaccinated people amid a spike in COVID-19 cases in the province.

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