Sindh govt allows businesses to function six-days a week
The Sindh government has announced to end two-days of businesses closure on Monday (today).
A provincial task force meeting on coronavirus was chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, in the meeting it was decided to end the directive of closing businesses for two days.
The businesses have been allowed to function six days a week. However, on Sundays it will remain closed.
Moreover, the news regarding issuance of certificate without getting vaccinated at the Expo Center was also discussed in the meeting.
CM Murad Ali Shah has directed the police officials to carry out investigation on the matter and take strict action
He stated that corruption will not be tolerated at any cost, getting inoculated is mandatory for all.
The meeting further discussed the covid-19 situation in the country and revealed that the corona virus positivity ratio has been decreased. The current rate is 4.5%.