26 November 2020
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The administration of Azad Kashmir has decided to impose a lockdown for 15 days to control the spread of the coronavirus.

The lockdown will be imposed at 12am.

Traders in Mirpur staged a protest against the decision of the administration. They said that they incurred many losses during the initial lockdown, adding that they cannot afford to close their shops again.

They said that they should be allowed to open their shops and ensure the implementation of all SOPs.

Azad Kashmir has reported 5,911 cases and 134 deaths so far while 4,318 people have recovered from the virus. The decision to impose another lockdown has been taken to control the coronavirus spread.

All the places that will remain closed during the lockdown.

Schools and other educational institutionsWedding hallsShops and shopping malls Barbershops and beauty parlours Parks and playgroundsGymsTourist placesPrivate medical clinicsThe following shops will remain open from 7am to 7pm.

Grocery stores, Vegetable and dairy shopsStationery shopsLPG cylinder shops Bakeries TandoorsThe administration has said that hotels and restaurants have been given permission for takeaway and deliveries.

Abdul Gh Lone