- Outside eating to shut by 10 pm in Islamabad.
- No industrial exercise in addition to eating (indoor or outside) in Islamabad on weekends.
- Takeaways allowed 24 hours in the course of the week.
ISLAMABAD: As coronavirus circumstances rise throughout the capital metropolis, authorities have imposed new restrictions on the general public in a bid to stem the unfold of the virus.
Learn extra: Coronavirus positivity price climbs to eight.4% in Islamabad
In accordance with a notification by town’s district Justice of the Peace, “outdoor dining in restaurants will be closed at 10pm in the Federal Capital during the weekdays, and for the weekends (Saturday& Sunday) i.e. safe days both indoor and outdoor dining will remain closed with all other commercial activities other than essential services.”
Authorities clarified that takeaway service by eating places has not been included within the notification.
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“However, takeaway activity of restaurants does not fall under this restriction and will continue subject to observation of COViD-19 SOP,” learn the notification.
Positivity price climbs to eight.4% in Islamabad
The positivity price of coronavirus circumstances spiked as much as 8.4% within the federal capital, Geo Information had reported on Wednesday.
In accordance with the district well being officer, about 443 circumstances have been reported in Islamabad on Wednesday – which stays the very best variety of coronavirus circumstances reported in a day this 12 months within the metropolis.
Given the alarming numbers, the well being official had warned towards the imposition of extra sensible lockdowns within the metropolis.
“More restrictions will be imposed in Islamabad to curb the virus spread. Citizens should strictly follow coronavirus SOPs,” he had harassed.
He had additionally mentioned that these involved with the coronavirus sufferers are being traced, including that well being specialists are carefully monitoring the state of affairs.