KP govt decides to end lockdown amid SOPs by Monday

22
Peshawar

The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to end lockdown and restore commercial activities amid corona standard operating procedures (SOPs) in the province by May 17 (Monday).

According to a notification issued here Saturday by Home and Tribal Department stated that all commercial activities, establishments, markets would be closed by 08:00 pm from May 17 (Monday) in the province except, all medical services and pharmacies medical stores, vaccination centres, tandoor, milk and dahi shops, hotels, restaurants (for takeaway only) E-Commerce (Home Delivery), utility services (Electricity, Natural Gas, Internet, Cellular Network/Telecom, Call Centres) and petrol pumps.

The powers conferred under section 6(b), section 6(d), and section 7 of “Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Epidemic Control and Emergency Relief Act, 2020”, the competent authority issued instructions that all types of indoor and outdoor gathering including cultural, musical, and religious etc events will remain banned.

Indoor and outdoor dining in the restaurants would remain banned. Only takeaway home delivery is allowed 24/7 with strict implementation of COVID-19 SOPs.

All public and private offices and departments will observe their respective normal office timings from same date. Wearing of face masks is mandatory at all public places.—APP

Previous articleEid-ul-Fitr celebrated with religious fervour
Next articleRainfall forecast in Karachi