Restaurant owners apprise Wahab of problems in lockdown



Sindh government spokesperson MurtazaWahab has Tuesday met the All Karachi Restaurant Association (AKRA) delegate which explained to him the magnitude of losses being incurred on the industry and urged ease for at least the vaccinated masses’ footfall.

Help us operate our businesses with strict adherence to laid out SOPs, the delegation led by AKRA leader FaizanRawat appealed to province’s spokesperson MurtazaWahab.

Our staff is vaccinated, Rawat told Wahab suggesting that since they are immunized against the infection they may be given a go ahead to salvage their businesses.

Rawat added that the restaurants that do not vaccinate their staffers may not be allowed any ease. Hearing the plea, Wahab asked for some time before he could respond to their demands.

I will revert to your appeals after consultations with the government, he told them, adding that the government was aware of the losses the businesses had to bear.

However, the province’s spokesperson said the rise in Covid cases was worrying and the government dreaded the outcome if it wasn’t controlled.


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