The Sindh government issued guidelines to be followed during Eidul Azha prayers and while executing the ceremonials of sacrificing animals in order to comprise the spread of coronavirus amid the fourth wave.
According to fresh standard operating procedures (SOPs), the government has counseled the people to favor cooperative sacrifice of the animals this Eidul Azha instead of discrete contentment of the ritual in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus.
The government has recognized precise locations in the province for the collective sacrifice of animals on Eid-ul-Azha.
The administration of mosques has been ordered to keep doors and windows opened during the Eidul Fitr prayers and desist from using water coolers.
Whereas, the citizens were also requested to desist from shaking hands and hugging during the Eidul Azha festival, as well as evading gratuitously traveling and family events.
It is relevant to mention here that Pakistan has stated 2,452 new COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours, taking the score of confirmed cases to 991,727.
According to the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), 30 more people died from the deadly infection during this period, asserting the death toll to 22,811.
The number of total tests to diagnose the pandemic in the country stands at 15,443,477, while 920,066 people have recovered their health from the COVID-19.