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Coronavirus: Authorities lock down multiple areas in Karachi’s Korangi district

The restrictions will remain in place until April 9

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 27, 2021 | Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Mar 27, 2021 | Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Coronavirus: Authorities lock down multiple areas in Karachi’s Korangi district

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Authorities have imposed micro smart lockdowns in multiple areas of Karachi’s Korangi district.

These areas include Bilal Colony, Mehran Town, Sector 6B in Korangi UC-1, Nasir Colony, Sector 32E in UC-2, Chakragoth in Korangi 2 ½ , Sector 33E in UC-3, Model Colony UC-1, Mehran Depo and Gillaniabad.

These above-mentioned areas will remain under lockdown until April 9, with the following restrictions in place:

  • People entering or leaving these areas will have to wear facemasks
  • Movement of residents will be restricted
  • All businesses will remain closed, except for grocery stores and pharmacies
  • Only one attendant, where extremely necessary, will be allowed with a patient
  • No get-together will be allowed
  • Joy rides, pillion riding have been banned in these areas
  • Public transport will remain suspended

The district administration will make every effort to provide rations to needy people in these areas, the notification read.

It will also try to provide mobile dispensaries and utility stores to facilitate residents.

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