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Sindh to ban indoor dining, close schools after spike in Covid cases

The Sindh government on Wednesday decided to reimpose coronavirus restrictions with indoor dining and schools set to close again due to a resurgence in Covid-19 cases in the province.

The decision was taken in a meeting of the Provincial Task Force on Coronavirus presided over by Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah.

The ban on indoor dining would begin from tomorrow (July 15) night.

As for schools, all classes would be suspended from Friday while for grades 9 and above, only examinations would be held.

Closures from July 15 (Thursday):

  • Indoor dining
  • Indoor gyms and indoor sports activities
  • Cinemas

Closures from July 16 (Friday):

  • Schools except exams for grades 9 and above
  • Amusement parks and water parks
  • Sea View, Hawkesbay and Keenjhar lake

Amusement parks, water parks, Sea View, Hawkesbay and Keenjhar lake are set to close from Friday while cinemas, indoor gyms and indoor sports activities would close from tomorrow.

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