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Sindh allows indoor dining, relaxes COVID-19 restrictions

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Sindh government has finally given the green signal for indoor dining in restaurants and diners, as cases of the novel coronavirus come down across the province.

Among some of the other relaxations allowed by the provincial government, businesses have been allowed to operate till 10pm while all commercial activities will remain closed on Sundays.

Indoor dining has been allowed till 11:59pm but only for vaccinated persons. All coronavirus SOPs will be observed by people who wish to eat indoors.

The Sindh government has also allowed offices to end the work-from-home policy, as cases of the novel coronavirus have started to decrease and more and more people are getting the COVID-19 jab.

Indoor dinning

The Sindh government has allowed indoor dinging till 11:59 pm with 50% occupancy for vaccinated people only. However, vaccination cards will be mandatory for all customers.

Wedding ceremonies

Indoor weddings and related ceremonies are allowed for vaccinated individuals only with a maximum of 200 guests.

Outdoor weddings and related ceremonies arc allowed with a maximum of 400 guests under strict COVID protocols.

Shrines

Shrines may be opened at directions of divisional/district administration concerned in consultation with health and as well as Auqaf and Religious Affairs Department.

Office Routine

Offices are allowed to open with normal working hours with 100% attendance.

Cinemas

There will be a complete closure of cinemas throughout the province.

Sports

A complete ban shall continue on contact sport like Karate, boxing, martial arts and others. However, indoor gyms will be allowed for vaccinated individuals only.

Public transport and railways

Public transport may play on sanctioned routes with an occupancy level of up to 50% seating capacity, subject to the following of all SOPs with staff duly vaccinated. Railway services will continue to operate with 70% occupancy under strict adherence to COVID-19 SOPs.

Parks

All the amusement parks, water sports, will continue activities at 50% of the capacity. Public parks are allowed to remain open under strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols.

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