To prevent an increase in new coronavirus cases already during the upcoming Eid-ul-Fitr period, the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) announced a holiday from May 10th to 15th with "clear intention to reduce national mobility"
In a statement, the National nerve Center for Covid-related Decision-Making announced a “homestay safety strategy” for mobility control from May 8th to 16th, including the Eid holidays.
NCOC also banned the Chandrat market, including mehndi, jewelry/decoration and clothing stalls. Travel nodes, during the Eid holiday, many people across the country, especially move to the scenic valleys of Murree, Swat and the northern region of Gilgit-Baltistan are also closed during that period. Has been added.
Inter-provincial and inter-city traffic is completely banned even during Eid holidays, except for Gilgit-Baltistan residents who may travel to their hometown.
A three-day holiday, Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of Ramazan's holy month, where believers fast most of the day and then usually celebrated with gatherings.
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