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Sindh provincial government removes restrictions on visiting shrines, gyms, and amusement parks

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The Ministry of Interior of Sindh province lifted the ban on visiting shrines in the whole province. The notice issued in this regard stated that in accordance with the decision of the provincial working group meeting chaired by Chief Minister Said Murad Ali Shah on June 19, it has been decided to remove restrictions on temples, indoor gymnasiums, and swimming pools. And the entertainment part starts today (Monday).

According to the notice, the spread of Covid-19 continues to show a downward trend due to the removal of restrictions on shrines, indoor stadiums and amusement parks. However, in all these places, the maximum capacity and minimum distance should be mentioned at the entrance, and no additional people should be allowed to prevent congestion.

The Ministry of the Interior has also ordered staff in these places to be vaccinated in due course. According to the notice, wearing masks, queuing floor markings and signs are also necessary in these places.

“There must be a six-foot gap between Zayn [visitors] At the entrance of each Dargah. There must be a disinfection station at every entrance. All staff and Zaylin must wear masks. The shrine must be sprayed with chlorine,” the notice read.

The notice states that visitors can only stay in the shrine for 10 minutes. “Zailin should avoid touching their faces. Auqaf staff and the district administration and police should cooperate with each other,” it added.


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