Sindh government decided to lock down the province

Sindh government announced to close all public places

Sindh government in its Task Force on COVID-19 meeting decided to take further measures and actions to curb the coronavirus in Sindh province. The total number of confirmed coronavirus patients has reached to 174 in the province. Sindh government is actively taking the necessary measures to control the epidemic.  
The Sindh government has decided to close down all restaurants, malls, shopping centers from Wednesday March 18. This was announced by the spokesperson for the Sindh government Barrister Murtaza Wahab through a tweet. He informed the people through tweeter that only takeaway and delivery will be allowed at restaurants.
Additionally, Section 144 will be imposed at the beach and parks. "It is clarified that shopping stores and chemists will remain open. Citizens are once again urged to cooperate," he concluded.
Sindh government also announced to stop running the intercity buses from March 19.
Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said he wants to increase coronavirus testing capacity from 200 to 5,000.
Restaurants and shopping malls will be closed for 15-days.
K-Electric directed to provide electricity without interruption while malls and restaurants are closed.
Public parks and Sea view will remain closed.
Restaurants will not serve food in their premises and stop dinning-in services. But they can provide take away food.  
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