- Sindh buying malls to stay open on weekends
- Notification says malls should strictly observe coronavirus SOPs
- Purchasing malls in coronavirus hotspots is not going to be allowed to open, notification provides
KARACHI: Sindh authorities has allowed buying malls in Karachi to stay open on Saturdays and Sundays, a notification issued on this regard stated Friday.
Based on the notification, the buying malls will now be allowed to function seven days per week offered that they strictly observe the federal government’s coronavirus customary working procedures (SOPs).
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The notification added that if a shopping center is located in a coronavirus hotspot inside the metropolis, then it is not going to be allowed to open as solely important companies have the permission to function therein.
Furthermore, as of January 21, the province had recorded 12 coronavirus-related deaths, lifting the general toll to three,855. Some 716 new circumstances had been recognized when 6,380 assessments had been carried out — taking the positivity ratio to 11.2%.
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