The Balochistan government spokesperson, Liaquat Shahwani has said on Monday that the doctors who are refusing to perform quarantine duty would face disciplinary action, as per the reports of local media.
While talking to media, the government of Balochistan spokesperson said that solid measures have been taken by the province to deal with the deadly virus.
He also said that the people kept in the quarantine were not protesting over the lack of health facilities instead they are asking to be sent back to their homes.
While responding to a question, Shahwani said that the pictures of pushcarts and stalls are old and the establishment of stalls outside the shops was permitted on the requests of Zaireen Council.
In the meantime, as a precautionary step against the novel virus, the government of Balochistan had taken the decision to keep the revenue courts and offices of the civil secretariat closed until the 22nd of March.
As per a declaration, administrative departments of the civil secretariat, the revenue courts and the tehsil offices would remain closed throughout the province until the 22nd of March.
Offices of the Health department, planning and development and finance would remain open, the statement read. The provincial government has asked the commissioners to minimize the movement of the visitors in the offices.