No vaccination certificate, no dinner, Sindh Government

Roman AhmedWeb Editor

09th Aug, 2021. 10:44 pm
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Due to the fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic rampant in the country, the Sindh government has made strict SOPs to be followed for dining out at restaurants and hotels.

According to the SOPs implemented by the Sindh government, people opting to dine out in hotels and restaurants will be made mandatory to carry a Covid-19 vaccination certificate.

Representatives of the hotels can check to safeguard they have gotten themselves inoculated against the virus.

Whereas, the Sindh home department has made Covid-19 vaccination compulsory for traveling through trains, stating that the people who have an inoculation certificate will only be permitted to travel on trains from October 1.

Business activities have resumed back to usual now as the government of Sindh has unperturbed the COVID-19 lockdown precincts that were levied from July till August.

The provincial home department issued a notification, the lockdown has been elevated in the state with easing in the constraints proclaimed until August 31.

The businesses are permitted to operate in Sindh until 8:00 pm with Friday and Sunday avowed as off days.

“Milk, pharmacies, petrol pumps, vegetable, and meat shops are exempted from timing restrictions and could remain open round the clock,” stated the notification.

 

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