- 95% of the residents within the metropolis have began sporting masks, says Lahore CCPO.
- Police official says consciousness concerning the ongoing pandemic has diminished the speed of the coronavirus an infection.
- Punjab stays the worst-hit province by the pandemic, each when it comes to instances reported in addition to deaths.
Lahore Capital Metropolis Police Officer (CCPO) Ghulam Mehmood Dogar has stated that 95% of the residents within the metropolis have began sporting masks, Geo Information reported on Tuesday.
Police, Rangers, and Pakistan Military troopers led a flag march by the Lahore CCPO within the provincial capital metropolis whereas Commissioner Lahore, Deputy Inspector Common (DIG) Operations additionally participated within the march with different officers.
Dogar stated the aim of the flag march was to remind residents of the rules issued by the federal government and to present a transparent message to criminals that regulation enforcement companies are alert to make sure the security of the residents.
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He stated 95% of the residents have began sporting masks and consciousness concerning the ongoing pandemic has diminished the speed of coronavirus an infection.
“About 3,346 cases of violation of coronavirus SOPs have been registered so far,” he added.
As per the SOPs issued by authorities, enterprise centres in Punjab are closed at 6pm whereas Saturdays and Sundays will probably be holidays the place companies and markets will stay shuttered.
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As well as, amusement parks, cinema halls, sports activities occasions, cultural festivals, and gatherings are fully banned in the course of the lockdown.
Punjab stays the worst-hit province by the pandemic, each when it comes to instances reported in addition to deaths, adopted by Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan.
So far, 306,929 coronavirus instances have been confirmed in Punjab, 308,529 in Sindh, 286,521 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 22,664 in Balochistan, 76,492 in Islamabad, 17,397 in Azad Kashmir, and 5,330 in Gilgit-Baltistan.