Schools in Sindh to remain closed for another week
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah announced on Friday that schools will remain closed for another week as the province continued to battle an onslaught of Covid-19 cases.
Murad added that teachers and parents of the students will also have to show their vaccination certificates to the concerned authority.
He also ordered the authorities to ensure vaccination of all the schools’ staffers.
At the news conference Friday, Chief Minister Shah also talked about the water crisis, saying that Sindh is heading towards an acute water crisis as it is facing ‘double shortage’ of water as compared to other provinces. He clarified that he is criticizing the Indus River System Authority (IRSA) and not any province. Strongly protesting, the CM demanded of the federal government that no province should be left ‘thirsty’.