Sindh Govt Decides to Reopen Primary Schools from Monday

it was decided at the meeting that the vaccination centers would remain closed on Sunday due to shortage of vaccines

KARACHI: The Sindh government has decided to reopen the primary school on Monday, June 21.

A meeting of Corona Task Force was held under the chairmanship of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah in which provincial ministers Azra Pechoho, Saeed Ghani, Nasir Shah, Murtaza Wahab and others participated.

During the briefing, it was informed that the diagnostic rate of Corona virus in Sindh is 3.9, in Karachi it is 8.08 and in Hyderabad it is 4.3%, Karachi East 14%, South 10%, Central 9%, West 8%, Malir, Korangi and In Sukkur, 7.7% cases have been reported.

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On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that the number of cases of Corona in Sindh is declining and this reduction will continue as long as the people continue to follow the SOPs. Currently, the cases in Eastern District and Southern District are very high.

The Chief Minister was informed in a briefing on the vaccine that the Sputnik vaccine would arrive in the last week of June, while 1.5 million doses of cinovac would arrive in Sindh on June 21 and 400,000 doses of Pakvac would be received on June 23.

According to the spokesperson, it was decided at the meeting that the vaccination centers would remain closed on Sunday due to shortage of vaccines.

The meeting also decided to reopen primary schools from June 21 while all the dargahs, amusement parks and indoor gyms in the province would be reopened from June 28.

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