April 4, according to local media reports, Pakistan’s National Command and Operations Center issued a new traffic ban after the meeting on the same day, aiming to deal with the third epidemic.
The ban decided to suspend two inter-provincial transportations, except for goods, freight, medical and other emergency services, from April 10, 2021 to April 25, 2021.
The railroad will continue to operate seven days a week, with a passenger capacity of only allowed 70%.
This ban needs to be reviewed by the National Command and Operations Center on the day of implementation.
This is an upgrade after the previous education department closed classes, local wisdom blockade, restaurants and markets opened in a split period, and wedding halls and cinemas continued to close.
However, because of the traditional Ramadan, mosques will remain open and require strict adherence to epidemic prevention standards.
According to the data on the website of the Ministry of Health of Pakistan on April 4, there were 5,020 new cases of COVID-19 in the country within 24 hours, with a total of 687,908 confirmed cases. In 24 hours, there were 81 COVID-19 deaths nationwide, with a total of 14,778 deaths.