The decisions will take effect from May 24
The National Command and Operation Centre announced on Wednesday a number of decisions to ease the coronavirus restrictions in Pakistan.
The decisions were made at a meeting presided over by Planning Minister Asad Umar in Islamabad.
Here are the measures that will take effect from May 24:
Restrictions that will be eased from June 1:
The following measures will be reviewed on May 27:
The NCOC said the following restrictions will remain in place till further orders:
Pakistan has reported 886,184 confirmed cases and 19,856 deaths from coronavirus. So far, 799,951 people have recovered from the infection.
The number of active cases in the country stands at 66,377.