Well done Sindh government


Sindh government is leading the fight back against coronavirus

There is no doubt that Sindh government’s respond to coronavirus has been laudable. The Sindh government has done much more to save the people from coronavirus compare to the other governments. The Sindh government is leading from the front.  
CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah has been proactive rather than reactive in the fight against Coronavirus in Sindh province. The Sindh government has taken all the necessary measures steps to contain the virus.
With an alarming number of more than 174 cases being tested positive for coronavirus in Sindh- the Sindh government is doing everything it can, in its capacity to help contain and fight the virus.
Sindh government has established world's largest Coronavirus emergency care & cure center with isolation wards & approx 2000 beds at newly constructed Labour Colony flats in Sukkur. Earlier China converted Stadium into hospital with 1,000 beds in 10 day in Wuhan.
The infected people are kept in isolation for quarantine. The Sukkur facility is following the standard procedures of WHO.   

Sindh government also decided to provide rations to the families of those who are in quarantine. Murad Ali Shah said that "Do not worry about your families back home, we will take care of them, I am here to serve you and look after your families. "Your breadwinners are in isolation, you must be worried about daily income," Shah said. "Don't worry about those in isolation centre; focus on your health instead."

The Sindh leadership would not let you go hungry, he added, stressing to the local government minister that the rations should be delivered to the pilgrims' residences without any media coverage.
The Sindh government has established special fund for coronavirus affected people.   
The provincial cabinet was informed that so far 2,301 people, who recently returned from Iran, have been traced. The cabinet was told that nine isolation wards with 118 beds capacity have been established as a precautionary measure to treat coronavirus patients. As part of the measures against the epidemic, the provincial government said that 5,000 testing kits have also been imported.

The Sindh government also has imposed a ban on academic, social, and cultural activities as a measure to prevent coronavirus from spreading. A notification issued by the Sindh government read that the government wanted the ban on all sorts of congregations and ceremonies to be observed in letter and spirit.
“All educational institutions i.e. schools, colleges, medical colleges, technical and vocational institutions, universities (both public and private), coaching centers, and madaris (religious seminaries) shall remain closed till 31st of May, 2020,” the notification read.
It added that all the examinations being conducted or to be held shall be rescheduled accordingly. Similarly all marriage halls, banquet halls, marquees, and cinemas shall remain closed with immediate effect till the decision is reviewed after three weeks.

“All religious and social congregations and ceremonies shall remain restricted till further orders. All gathering at shrines shall remain suspended for the next 3 weeks. Meetings with prisoners shall remain restricted till further orders. Any other public gathering of any type shall remain postponed till further orders. PSL matches will be played without crowds. All hospitals should restrict visitors and curtail visiting hours,” the notification read.
The government also specified that all the functions and gatherings at clubs, hotels, halls, and auditoriums have also to be cancelled or postponed with immediate effect. The government would review the ban on functions after three weeks.
All those who had come from Taftan had reached Sukkur and their blood samples were being taken for tests. He said the chief minister had sent his helicopter for the shifting of these samples to the laboratories in Karachi. The government traced every person that returned from Iran and scan them all.  
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