Sindh government avoids easing Corona restriction in the province
Corona cases have decreased across Pakistan but the number of patients in Sindh has started increasing. Contrary to the decisions of the National Command and Operations Center, the Sindh government has avoided easing restrictions on corona in the province.
A meeting of the Provincial Task Force on Corona Virus was held under the chairmanship of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah.
The meeting was attended by Provincial Ministers, Chief Secretary, IG Police, Additional Chief Secretary Home, Commissioner Karachi, Additional IG Karachi, Corps Five, Rangers and representatives of WHO.
The Sindh Task Force has decided to maintain the existing restrictions in Sindh Province.
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has said that about 17% of cases of corona came in Karachi. Corona rate shows that cases are increasing in Sindh and it seems difficult to relax in the province.Lockdown
During the meeting, it was decided that if the rate of corona virus cases in Sindh decreased, it would be eased and if the number of cases increased, it would have to be tightened.
It has been decided in the meeting that the task force will meet again on Saturday. The Chief Minister Sindh has directed the members of the task force to review the situation and give their suggestions for further steps. WHO representatives will also be present in the meeting on Saturday and they will give their recommendations.
On the other hand, during today’s meeting, members of the task force and experts have advised the Sindh Chief Minister to continue the current closure.
The task force has suggested that tougher decisions be made if possible.
Meanwhile, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said that it was becoming difficult for us to relax in the province.
Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that a total of 20421 records were tested in which 9000 were from Karachi alone, 20621 cases resulted in 2076 cases which is 10.2%, 16.82% cases came in Karachi.
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has said that there were 1232 cases in the province on the day of Eid-ul-Fitr on May 13. After Eid, 2076 cases came on May 19 which is 10.2%, which shows that cases are increasing in Sindh.