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SOPs for cattle markets Eid-ul-Azha issued – Punjab health ministry

Since Eid-ul-Azha is round the corner, Punjab health ministry has issued a detailed notification, hoping to minimize the spread of Covid-19; the document contains...

Pakistan conducted around 20,167 Covid-19 tests in a day

As the coronavirus situation worsened day by day, the Covid-19 testing capacity of Pakistan has reached 20,167 tests per day - this...

No more restrictions on tourism industry in Pakistan

PM Imran Khan has finally reopened the tourism industry, and also, the National Coordination Committee gave a ‘go ahead’ call to all...

International flights are allowed to resume

Pakistan’s all international airports other than Turbat and Gwadar, are finally allowed to resume their operations from Saturday; make sure that international...

There’s no plan for stricter lockdown: Government of Pakistan

On Thursday, May 28, 2020, the country witnessed thousands of new patients and many deaths from Covid-19, but the government has expressed...

Covid-19 survivors should donate plasma

Ajmal Khan Wazir, adviser to information chief minister requesting all the patients who have recovered from Covid-19, to donate their blood plasma...

Malls in Karachi reopened, with SOPs

Some semblance of the "old normal" has been witnessed today's morning, as shopping malls in the city reopened after an extended lockdown...

Funeral rites of Covid-19 patients, with precautions, has given

As the lockdown came to an end (almost), Sindh government revised the SOPs for funerals of COVID­19 patients, relaxing the tough conditions...

Resume congregational prayers at Mosques – Clerics

Prominent clerics along with some noted scholars announced resumption of five-time congregational prayers at mosques in the country, hoping that the government...

It’s how SOPs flouted after the businesses resume their operations

As the government allowed businesses to reopen after 48 days of the partial lockdown, thousands, literally thousands, of people flocked to markets...

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