Considering the decreasing phase of COVID-19 cases in Sindh, the provincial government relieved some restrictions related to coronavirus. According to a notice issued on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 the Sindh Home Department has allowed markets, shops, and other businesses to remain open till 10 pm but with strict obedience to COVID-19 SOPs all over the province.
Furthermore, markets will still remain close on Sundays.
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Medical facilities, pharmacies, grocery stores, and other essential services have been permitted to stay open round the clock, seven days a week.
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- Shrines may remain open on the instructions of concerned divisional/district administration in discussion with health and as well as Auqaf and Religious Affairs Department.
- Offices are permitted to open during normal working hours with 100% attendance.
- There will be an entire closure of cinemas all over the province.
- A complete prohibition will keep on contact sport including boxing, martial arts, Karate, and others. Nevertheless, indoor gyms will be permitted for vaccinated individuals only.
- Public transport may move on authorized paths with an occupancy level of up to 50% seating capacity, but with the restriction of the obeying of all SOPs with staff duly vaccinated.
- Railway facilities will linger to operate with 70% occupancy under strict obedience to COVID-19 SOPs.
- Indoor dinging businesses till 11:59 pm has been allowed by The Sindh government with 50% capacity for vaccinated people only. Though, inoculation cards will be mandatory for all customers.
- Maximum 200 guests who are fully vaccinated are allowed for Indoor weddings and related ceremonies, under strict adherence to COVID SOPs.
- Maximum of 400 guests are permitted to attend outdoor weddings and related ceremonies but with strict COVID protocols.
- Last but not least, all the amusement parks, and water sports, will carry on with their activities at 50% of the capacity. Public parks are also certified to remain open under strict observance of COVID-19 rules.