The Punjab government decided on Monday to reimpose a number of restrictions to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
According to the details, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar presided over a meeting to review the deteriorating Covid situation and decide on whether or not to impose a blanket lockdown in cities having higher Covid-19 positivity rate.
The meeting decided to ban wedding ceremonies, including both indoor and outdoor, from April 1.
It also decided that markets and shopping malls across the province will close at 6pm.
The Orange Line Metro Train and Metro Bus services will also be closed at 6pm.
The also decided to shut all public parks and ban dine-in services at restaurants.
Religious, political, social, and cultural gatherings and all kinds of sports activities are also banned in the province.
Wearing Masks is compulsory, and those who do not wear masks will be fined, while the vehicles of drivers will be confiscated if they found to be violating COVID-19 SOPs.
On the other hand, the Balochistan government has imposed Section-144 in the provincial metropolis, Quetta in view of the rapid spread of Coronavirus.
According to a notification issued in Quetta, there would be a complete ban on holding gatherings of five or more people at any place in Quetta for fifteen days to protect them from COVID-19.