Industries and factories in Punjab allowed to work 24/7

Punjab industries work

The government of Punjab has decided to permit industries and factories to work as per normal routine due to the bettering condition of coronavirus.

Secretary Primary and Secondary Healthcare issued the notification and according to the notification, all industrial units and factories have been allowed to work the whole week as per routine.

All the departments and businesses relating to the construction will also be allowed to work the whole week. However, all will be bound to follow the SOPs, the ones who do not follow SOPs will be closed down.

Remaining restrictions imposed by the government of Punjab will remain as it is as they were.

Read more: With Covid-19 in Decline Economic Activities to be Accelerated in Punjab

Following SOPs will be a must when industries open to work in Punjab

The coronavirus pandemic situation in the country is getting milder with each passing day. During the last 24 hours, only 17 cases of death have been reported in the whole country. The decision of reopening the businesses by the government of Punjab seems most appropriate as the condition of unemployment was going to get more alarming.

During the coming weekend, Prime Minister Imran Khan will also preside a meeting related to the COVID-19 in the country. In the meeting, the decision of the opening of metro-bus, marriage halls, and educational institutions is likely to be done. The government has expressed the satisfaction over the people’s following of SOPs on the eve of Eidul Azha and this month will be the month of completely lifting the restrictions imposed due to coronavirus.

The role of police, Pak army, and district management cannot be neglected in mitigating the dangers of coronavirus not only in Punjab rather in the whole country. Therefore, it will not be out of place to mention here that Pakistan is in those 4 countries including Germany which repelled the attack of coronavirus successfully in a limited period defying all expectations.

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