The Citizens of Faisalabad are flagrantly violating the "Standard Operating Procedure" (SOP) implemented by the government for 'Easing the Lockdown' imposed in the country in wake of coronavirus pandemic.
The Government provided this facilitation to the citizens to make purchase of new clothes for their children and other essential goods to be utilised during holy month of Ramazan.
Due to extra-ordinary rush of purchasers, especially the housewives, to fetch new clothes for the ensuing Eid and other household items to be consumed during holy month of Ramazan, the procedure for keeping at least 4 feet social distance has badly been hampered which has created a 'Serious Alarm' for manifold increase of coronavirus cases in Faisalabad, especially the urban areas, where large rush of citizens could be witnessed 'Round-the-Clock'.
As the SOP's are badly been violated and ignored in this populous industrial-cum-business hub of the country and there was also a lack of taking "precautionary measures" in Faisalabad by the citizens, the threat for spread of coronavirus could become eminent here.
Meanwhile, six deaths of coronavirus patients were reported from Corona Isolation Ward of the General hospital, Ghulam Muhammad Abad. Those corona patients expired in this General Hospital include: Shagufta Bibi of Chak Jumra, Asif Ali, Israr Ahmad, Naqash, Nasira and Rashid.
According to a report, a young boy of Hajveri Town, Hassan Ali, who was also admitted in the Ghulam Muhammad Abad General Hospital after being diagnosed with coronavirus has also died in the Hospital's Isolation Ward. Another report indicates that two doctors of the Isolation Ward of Coronavirus Disease namely: Dr Zain and Dr Ishna have also fell prey to coronavirus as their results came positive.