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CM Sindh extends business hours to 8pm but requires dealers to vaccinate

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Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah speaks to the media in Karachi on Sunday — File/Photo Newsline.pk
Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah speaks to the media in Karachi on Sunday — File/Photo Newsline.pk

On Sunday, the Sindh government let companies to remain open until 8 pm rather than 6 pm, as they had angrily asked but made immunization compulsory for employees in all stores and marketplaces.

Key decisions

  • Shops and markets to remain open till 8pm
  • Schools to reopen for grades 9 and above
  • Outdoor dining allowed till midnight
  • Marriage halls and outdoor weddings to be allowed after two weeks
  • Sea View and other beaches to be reopened

The decision was adopted at a meeting of the provincial Covid 19 task team, who determined, on June 7 (morrow) strictly comply with conventional operating practices, to open educational establishments for classes 9 and above (SOPs).

Chairman Murad Ali Shah determined that companies could run till 20.00 on Monday (Morning) but personnel in all stores should be immunized on Covid-19. The meeting was headed by the CEO.

Chairman Murad Ali Shah determined that companies could run till 20.00 on Monday (Morning) but personnel in all stores should be immunized on Covid-19. The meeting was headed by the CEO.

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