Balochistan’s coronavirus cases have crossed 1,000 mark, with 57 more cases on Thursday.
The provincial total has surged to 1,031, according to provincial government spokesperson Liaquat Shahwani.
Speaking during a press conference, Liaquat Sahwani said: “If people do not abide by the government’s SOPs and guidelines, we will be compelled to take stricter measures.”
“Eight hundred and eighty locally transmitted cases have been reported [in the province],” Shahwani said, adding that if the government decides to impose a complete lockdown across the province, then that would result in a curfew.
He further added a complete will be imposed across the province if the number of coronavirus cases continue to surge.
According to the spokesperson that the government has decided to open the Pak-Afghan border at Chaman for only two days a week, Saturday and Sunday.
“Pakistanis stranded in Afghanistan will be able allowed to return home on those two days,” said Shahwani.