KARACHI: The Sindh government on Sunday warned masses against spreading fake news related to coronavirus vaccines on social media, stating that those found guilty will face stern action.
This was revealed by Sindh Information Minister Nasir Hussain Shah. The minister had appeared on Geo News' programme Naya Pakistan where he said fake news and propaganda against coronavirus vaccines will not be tolerated by the provincial government.
The minister spoke about Karachi traders' demands, adding that if the coronavirus positivity rate drops in Sindh, the provincial government will accept their demands.
He revealed that the coronavirus task force meeting will meet today (Sunday) to review the coronavirus statistics in the province.
'Shops will remain closed once a week'
In a conversation with Geo News, Sindh information minister Nasir Hussain Shah had said that shops will only close once a week (Sunday) and will remain open on Friday.
He had said that the government will see to the enforcement of all directives issued by the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC).
Shah had said that all shops will remain open from 8am to 8pm.
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