Faisal Mosque in Islamabad sealed over the violations of Covid-19 SOP

Roman AhmedWeb Editor

24th Jul, 2021. 12:04 am

The district administration of Islamabad has fenced off the Faisal Mosque after Covid-19 SOP violations.

Several visitors visiting Islamabad went to the mosque without wearing masks. They weren’t keeping social distance too. Following the incident, the management sealed it and has located two officers outside.

Whereas no tourist or resident will be permitted to enter the mosque.

On the contrary, on Wednesday, President Dr. Arif Alvi conveyed his disapproval over infringements of Covid-19 SOPs during Eid prayers at the mosque.

The president’s secretariat delivered a letter to the Interior Ministry concerning it as well.

“In the wake of the fourth wave of Covid-19, observance of SOPs has become all the more important to minimize its impact through the implementation of stringent measures.”

The President of Pakistan ordered agencies to guarantee strict execution of SOPs and punish perpetrators, the letter added.

Furthermore, on Friday, Pakistan’s total coronavirus cases since the epidemic last February have traversed the one-million mark.

During the last 24 hours, 1,425 new cases and 11 deaths were registered.


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