Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Syed Murad Ali Shah has cautioned that any violations of the government’s anti-corona standard operating procedures (SOPs) would lead to the imposition of a stricter lockdown in the province, a news source reported.
CM Shah emphasised that people should adhere to the SOPs during the phase-2 of the coronavirus lockdown. He said that both traders and the general public had failed to comply with the procedures and did not meet the government’s expectations.
He said that the precautionary measures such as maintaining social distance and wearing masks were mandatory to check the spread of coronavirus. He said that violations of these measures would endanger the lives of the citizens.
Previously, Minister for Information Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said that the government would resort to a stricter lockdown if the spread of coronavirus among citizens spiked and crossed a certain limit.