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Delhi, Mumbai ease lockdown
World

Delhi, Mumbai ease lockdown

NEW DELHI: Markets and shopping malls in New Delhi will be allowed to reopen from Monday in a further easing of the...
Published 06 Jun, 2021 02:56am
Travelers above 50 to show vaccination certificate for travel to GB
Pakistan

Travelers above 50 to show vaccination certificate for travel to GB

  • Restrictions will be effective from Tuesday and will remain in place till July 1
  • Under the new advisory, passengers between 30 and 50 years of age without valid vaccination certificates may be allowed to board a flight to GB after producing a negative PCR test result conducted within 72 hours prior to the scheduled time of travel
Updated 01 Jun, 2021 03:45pm
No room to relax Covid-19 restrictions in province: Sindh CM
Pakistan

No room to relax Covid-19 restrictions in province: Sindh CM

  • "Considering the current situation, there is no room for relaxation. We do not want [a repeat] of the situation from last June and July," he said.
  • Elaborating his government's decision to change business timings, he said "We had said earlier that markets would be allowed to remain open till 8 pm, but we are reverting back to 6 pm. A notification in this regard will be issued today."
Updated 23 May, 2021 05:47pm
KP Health Minister Jhagra booked for violating COVID SOPs
Pakistan

KP Health Minister Jhagra booked for violating COVID SOPs

  • A First Information Report has been registered against Jhagra after he attended an Iftar dinner at a hotel situated in his constituency
  • The pictures of the event went viral on social media, where Jhagra and several others could be seen without face masks and not following social distancing rules
Updated 27 Apr, 2021 11:29am
COVID vaccine not needed for performing Umrah in Ramadan, say Saudi officials
World

COVID vaccine not needed for performing Umrah in Ramadan, say Saudi officials

  • Those working in the Hajj and Umrah sectors are required to get vaccinated before the start of Ramadan, which will be on April 12
  • Saudi authorities increased inspection campaigns to ensure adherence to remaining measures such as restricting the number of gatherings in social events to 20 people only
Published 01 Apr, 2021 04:41pm
More restrictions imposed in Islamabad amid surge in COVID-19 cases
Pakistan

More restrictions imposed in Islamabad amid surge in COVID-19 cases

  • As per the notification issued by the administration, the out-door dining facility will remain shut in the capital city after 10:00 pm.
  • Moreover, The markets, restaurants will remain completely shut on weekdays (Saturday and Sunday), while the grocery and medical stores will, however, remain open during the restricted period.
Updated 19 Mar, 2021 06:47pm