On Monday, News reported that the historic city of Mohenjo Daro in Sindh was reopened to tourists after four months of closure as a result of a relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions in that province.
Tourism at popular tourist destinations such as Mohenjo Daro, Keenjhar Lake, Gorakh Hill Station, and other locations has been prohibited by the province government because of the raging third wave of COVID-19 in Sindh.
Following a decrease in the number of pandemic cases in the province, the government has begun to relax coronavirus prohibitions.
Tourists who used to travel to the ancient city near Larkana have begun to return to Mohenjo Daro in Sindh, which was founded in the 26th century B.C. and was one of the most important towns in the Indus Valley civilization.
Additionally, the Sindh government issued a notification on Sunday directing the reopening of shrines, indoor gyms, swimming pools, and amusement parks throughout the province beginning Monday (today) under strict SOPs.
The Sindh Auqaf Department has announced the reopening of shrines across the province that had been closed due to an increase in coronavirus cases during the third wave of the pandemic, according to the department.
In order to ease the restrictions in the province, the notification advised devotees to adhere to standard operating procedures (SOPs), which included performing ablution from their homes before arriving at the shrines, donning masks and maintaining social distance, as well as the use of hand sanitizers.