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  • The spokesperson says the coronavirus state of affairs was worsening with each passing day.
  • Eating places, grocery shops, and medical shops which can be working are violating SOPs, he says.

Sindh authorities spokesperson Murtaza Wahab stated Monday the federal government would impose harsher restrictions if the individuals and companies fail to comply with the imposed coronavirus commonplace working procedures (SOPs).

Wahab, in a video assertion launched on Twitter, urged individuals to know the sensitivity of the state of affairs because it may get uncontrolled at any second.

The spokesperson stated the coronavirus state of affairs is worsening with each passing day and to maintain the virus at bay, the federal government has imposed sure restrictions.

“Despite taking some strict decisions, the government gave some relief to people — that they may live a normal life in line with SOPs,” he stated.

Sadly, individuals have violated the SOPs, he stated, including the places of work and companies that have been allowed to function aren’t following the federal government’s pointers both.

“Restaurants, grocery stores, and medical stores that are operating are violating coronavirus SOPs,” he lamented.

“I believe the government had imposed the restrictions for the benefit of the people […] but if you keep violating the SOPs, the government will be forced to impose harsher restrictions,” he added.

CM directs administration to implement SOPs

Earlier within the day, Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah presiding over a Activity Drive assembly on coronavirus on the CM Home and noticed that over the last seven days, the virus has hit new highs in Karachi District East the place the detection fee has reached 22%, Hyderabad 19%, District South 13%, and Central 10%. He, due to this fact, directed the administration to take strict measures to implement the SOPs.

Sharing district-wise weekly knowledge of optimistic circumstances from April 26 to Could 2, he disclosed that the 5,609 samples have been examined in District East out of which 1,257 circumstances have been recorded as optimistic. In Hyderabad, 1,336 circumstances have been detected, 732 circumstances in District South, and 414 circumstances in District Central.

The positivity uncommon in District Korangi is 7%, whereas Malir, Sukkur, and Khairpur recorded 6%.

The chief minister directed Commissioner Karachi to not permit any store to function after 6pm, besides these which have been given exemptions.

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