Unnecessary movement after 6pm banned in Karachi

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Lockdown as COVID situation worsens in Karachi

KARACHI Jul 27,2021 – The Sindh government on Tuesday, has banned Unnecessary movement after 6m banned in Karachi after spike in cororna positive cases in the city

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has directed IG Sindh Mushtaq Maher and Commissioner Karachi Naveed Shaikh to impose a complete ban on the unnecessary coming out house after 6pm in Karachi.

The directive was given by Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah to IG Police and Commissioner Karachi at the Corona Task Force meeting. ‘

Death toll from COVID-19 in Pakistan this month was higher than the rest of the world, according to the health ministry.
Worldwide coronavirus death rate during July was 2.15%, while Pakistan recorded 2.37%.

According to spokesman Sindh CM, the Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah said that he found out that the tuition centers are open in Karachi.

The meeting was briefed by Secretary Health Kazim Jatoi and said that the proportion of coronary diagnosis across Sindh has been 12.7 percent.

Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah expressed concern that the positive rate of Corona virus in Karachi on July 24 was 20.72 percent, on July 25, there were 24.82 percent and 26 on July 26, 32 percent of cases, even in Hyderabad. Corona virus cases account for 10%.

Cases break down

He said that 33 percent in Karachi district, 20 percent in Central, 21 percent in Korangi, 19 percent in Western, 17 percent in Malir and 17 percent in South are reported.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah told the meeting that so far 362 patients have died from corona virus in the province till July, with 686 ICU beds in Sindh hospitals with ventilators.

Govt resorts for hospital arrangement 

He added that a corona ward has been arranged at Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, where 10 corona virus patients are currently admitted.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah directed the Labor Department to set up wards of Corona virus in 3 hospitals and police hospitals.

Committee set up to talk stakeholders

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has set up a committee comprising Nasir Shah, Murtaza Wahab, Owais Shah, who has been instructed to meet with all stakeholders to inform them of the latest situation.

He directed that the committee also talk to the political parties, there should be no politics on the situation in Corona virus.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah also said that the situation of Corona virus will again be reviewed on Friday.

Civil hospital shuts OPD cancel and surgeries  

Due to alarming surge in Covid cases forces Civil Hospital Karachi has shut OPDs, cancel surgeries
Amid growing number of Covid-19 cases mainly in the city, the Dr Ruth Pfau Civil Hospital Karachi has halted all its key functions, shut outpatient departments (OPDs) and suspended surgeries till further orders.

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