The cinemas in Lahore would be reopening after Muharram.
The district administration of Lahore has taken the decision of extending the closure of cinemas and close the markets for the upcoming ten days beginning from Tuesday night.
Muhammad Usman, the Lahore Primary and Secondary Healthcare Secretary would be issuing the notification on Monday night. The notice has been approved by the anti-coronavirus cabinet committee of the province.
As per the government, it made a blunder by allowing the markets to remain open during Eid-ul-Fitr which has led to the spike in the COVID-19 cases.
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The province is also considering to reduce the operating hours for the cattle markets and to place a restriction on the inter-city and inter-province travel.
The theatres, restaurants and cinemas of Punjab would be opened after Muharram.
The decision comes in a bid to control the spread of the COVID-19. The experts had forecasted that Pakistan would be witnessing a surge in coronavirus cases on Eid.
On the other hand, as per the latest a new travel advisory has been released by the aviation authority of Pakistan on Sunday for the passengers in mid of the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic.