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GUIDELINES TO CONTROL MOBILITY FROM 08 TO 16 MAY, 2021

Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Interior issued guidelines to control mobility during 08 to 16 May, 2021 and on forthcoming Eid-ul-Fitr.


        Due to the current spike of Covid-19 in the country, following guidelines issued with slogan "Stay Home - Stay Safe":-

a. Issuance of SOPs Guidelines:- Issuance of comprehensive SOPs / guidelines for Yom.e-Ali, Itekar, Shab-e-Qadar, Jummah-tul-Wida and Namaz-e-Eid by 1st May, 2021.

 

b. General NPIs:- All markets, businesses and shops will remain closed except essential services including following:- Grocery Stores - Pharmacies / Medical Stores - Medical Facilities and Vaccination Centres - Vegetable, Fruit, Chicken & Meat Shops - Bakeries - Petrol Pumps - Food Takeaways and E-Commerce (Home Delivery) - Utility Services (Electricity Natural Gas, Internet, Cellular Networks / Telecom, Call Centres) and Media

 

c. Tourism:- Complete ban on tourism for both locals & outsiders. All tourist resorts, formal and informal picnic spots, public parks, shopping malls, all hotels and restaurants in / around tourist/picnic spots to remain closed. Travel modes leading to tourist picnic spots closed, focus on Murree, Galiyat, Swat. Kalam, Sea View / Beaches and Northern Areas and other tourist destinations. Locals especially people of GB & AJK be allowed to travel back home.

 

d. Transport:- Ban on inter provincial, inter-city and intra-city public transport except private vehicles, taxis/cabs, rikshaws with 50% occupancy. Additional trains to manage extra passenger load till 7 May, thereafter normal train operation be resumed. 70% occupancy along with stringent COVID SOPs be ensured.

 

e. Media:- Continuous messaging through print, electronic and social media on the theme "Stay Home - Stay Safe for Eid-ul-Fitr 2021'. Media channels to air Special Eid Holiday Packages (Movies, dramas and entertainment shows etc.) to keep public at home - uninterrupted electricity supply be ensured during Eid Holidays.








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