Sindh government to ban cattle markets on Eid ul Adha amid the risk of COVID-19 spread
Currently, Pakistan has 144,478 cases of the coronavirus, with 2,729 deaths, and 53,721 recovered patients.
The provincial government of Sindh has decided to ban cattle markets across the province before Eid-ul-Adha in the wake of worsening coronavirus situation.
The PPP-led government wrote a letter to the Home Department and took back its earlier recommendation to open the cattle market as per the SOPs.
The message mentioned withdrawing the previous letter dated on the 2nd of June 2020 regarding the opening of cattle markets, citing the worsening coronavirus situation as the reason.
Currently, Pakistan has 144,478 cases of the coronavirus, with 2,729 deaths, and 53,721 recovered patients. Out of the total, Sindh has 53,805 cases. 25,606 of these cases have successfully recovered and 831 have lost their lives to the novel virus. The situation in Sindh is rough, with thousands of cases being reported on a daily basis.
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