Various security measures are being taken in view of the rising Coronavirus in Pakistan, and in this regard, savings markets are now banned in the country's largest city, Karachi.
Festivals are banned according to a notification issued by Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC), the concerned authority was directed by Mayor Karachi to look into the spread of the global outbreak of Coronavirus.
As per the notification, permits issued by the concerned authority for the Savings Bazaar / Mela Festivals are revoked.
Sindh province is the worst affected by Coronavirus in the country and the number of patients has reached 155 while the number has reached 193 in the country.
With the first case of Corona in Sindh, security measures were launched and holidays were first instituted in educational institutions.
After which the provincial government took further steps to ban wedding halls, shrines and cinema houses in the province for three weeks.
He also urged the public to implement the government's precautionary measures while banning large gatherings in Sindh.