Sindh govt banned congregational prayers in mosques till 5 April

As the coronavirus situations in Pakistan worsens the Sindh Government has banned congregational prayers in Mosques till 5 April 2020 to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Sindh Mosques Congregational Prayers banned coronavirus covid-19
Sindh government banned congregational prayers mosques till April 5 to curb spread of coronavirus. Geo News Headlines.

According to the Minister of Information Sindh Nasir Shah, only a maximum of five people will be allowed to offer prayers in mosques at a time which includes the staff at mosque.

Sindh Mosques Congregational Prayers banned coronavirus covid-19
Only a maximum of five people will be allowed to pray inside mosques which includes the staff. Geo News Headlines.

Read more: Govt of Sindh activates Health Emergency UAN Number.

This decision has been taken after consultation with medical experts and ulema today when the total number of coronavirus cases in Sindh reached 421.

Total number of COVID-19 cases in Pakistan has reached 1,190 and one more death has been reported in Punjab but more details have not been revealed.

The Federal government has closed all educational institutions in the country till 31 May 2020 to curb the spread of coronavirus. The decision was taken in a meeting of National Coordination Committee (NCC) in Islamabad today.

Read more: Coronavirus: All educational institutions will remain closed till 31 May.

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