- Smart lockdown forced in a few Peshawar localities
- You can’t enter or exit from these regions, have social occasions or supplicate with in excess of five individuals at a mosque.
- All shops, aside from basic administrations, will be shut too.
PESHAWAR: Several neighborhoods in Peshawar were put under a shrewd lockdown by the region organization on Sunday in the midst of an expansion in the quantity of Covid cases in the city.
On the proposals of the region wellbeing official, passage and leave focuses in Rashidabad along the Canal Road towards Pajaggi Road, Kabul River Canal Road and Charsadda Road have been shut down to contain a breakout.
A keen lockdown was additionally forced in territories close to Lucky Dheri Road, Kabul River Canal and Nimra Public School Road, Sector D-II, Phase I Hayatabad, Street No 1, 2, 3 and Ghalib Street, Sethi Town and Haji Camp.
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No get-togethers are permitted in these zones and gatherings in mosques have been limited to five people.
All shops, aside from drug stores, food supplies, ovens, crisis administrations and general stores will remain closed.
Anyone disregarding the limitations will be reserved under segments 17 and 18 of the KP Epidemic Control and Emergency Relief Act 2020 and Section 33 of the National Disaster Management Authority Act, 2010.
Two weeks back, another five neighbourhoods in Peshawar were set under a savvy lockdown.
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The fixed regions were Sectors E-VI and N-IV of Hayatabad, University Town zone limited by Circular Lane, Park Road and Old Jamrud Road, Hayatabad Industrial Estate, and Peshawar Cantt area.
Health experts have raised serious concerns over the developing frequency of Covid re-diseases at different wellbeing offices in Pakistan – where a few patients have revealed having a rehashed COVID-19 disease with serious ailment a second time.