The Balochistan government has decided not to allow the restoration of public transport in the province.
The provincial government not only decided not to restore public transport but also discouraged people from traveling in trains to prevent the rapid spread of the virus.
In this regard, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Ilyani in which reservations were expressed on the restoration of transport and rail service.
That the restoration of transport without SOPs would lead to the spread of COVID 19 in the villages and remote areas of the province.
It was decided in the meeting that inter-city and inter-provincial public transport would not be restored in the province.
The Balochistan Chief Minister appealed to the people not to travel and said that the people of Quetta should not go out of here while people from other areas should not come to the provincial capital.
Because the number of affected people in Quetta is high which can affect other people coming from outside.
Meanwhile, an official of Pakistan Railways in Quetta said that a train from Quetta to Rawalpindi Jaffer Express would be restored from Wednesday.
He also said that Quetta Express and Bolan Express would remain suspended till further notice.
The meeting reviewed the steps taken to improve health facilities in the province to deal with the Corona epidemic.
On the occasion, Balochistan Command and Operations Center Imran Gachki informed the meeting that according to the overall situation, 94% of the cases in Balochistan have been transferred locally while 6% of the cases have come from abroad.