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Sindh lockdown likely to be eased after April 14

However public gatherings to remain banned

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Sindh lockdown ‘likely’ to be eased after April 14. However public gatherings to remain banned, said CM spokesman

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah’s spokesperson said that the lockdown in the province would likely be eased, however, the SoPs would be issued to avoid crowds at public places, public transport, etc.

The spokesperson also clarified that a final decision has yet to be taken on the matter.

“Maybe taken after the expiry period of the ongoing lockdown. The decision will be taken in consultation with all stakeholders”, he added.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah made the announcement earlier that the provincial tally for coronavirus cases has gone up as 92 new cases have surfaced.

This takes the provincial tally surge to 1,128 cases and the national tally has reached to 4409 cases.

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