By Abid Siddique Chaudhry
ISLAMABAD : The National Command and Control Center (NCOC) has decided to impose new sanctions from July 1. Decided to keep business centers working till 10 pm.
A meeting of the NCOC was held under the chairmanship of Federal Minister Asad Umar in which the ongoing Corona situation in the country and NPIs were reviewed in detail.
The NCOC has decided to impose new restrictions that will take effect from July 1 to July 31. A review of the situation regarding the new sanctions will be held on July 27.
According to the NCOC, it has been decided to extend the working hours of business activities from July 1 to 10 pm. Major essential businesses, including petrol pumps and medical stores, will be allowed to be open 24 hours a week.
Outdoor Dine With their permission, only those who have been vaccinated with 50% ban on indoor will be able to get indoor dine. The management of hotels and restaurants has been directed to come up with a plan to check the vaccination certificate.
The wedding ceremony was allowed to be held outdoors with a capacity of 400 people. Up to 200 vaccinated people will be able to attend the indoor wedding ceremony.
Lockdown will be enforced in the Corona epidemic areas, and all indoor and outdoor public gatherings, religious and cultural gatherings will be banned.
Martial arts, boxing, rugby, water polo, kabaddi and wrestling will also be banned. Only people who have been vaccinated will be able to go to the gym.
Travel SOPs will continue for passengers coming to Pakistan. Tourism policy will be issued separately.
No meeting was held in the NCOC regarding summer vacation, the decision of children’s summer vacation is at the discretion of the federal units.