More than 30 employees of the National Bank of Pakistan located on the II Chundrigar Road in Karachi have tested positive for coronavirus.
The infected employees include the head cashier of the bank and even the branch manager. After the results of the virus test came out positive, the branch has been closed, as per the spokesperson of the bank.
He also said that the branch would only be reopened after the office is put through disinfectants and other preventive steps are taken. The infected employees have been quarantined.
The branch would be made operational from the 8th of June, that is Monday. The operations and the activities at the branch would be resumed by a new team and SOPs and other COVID-19 preventive steps would be practiced strictly, as added by the spokesperson.
On the other hand, the city of Faisalabad has devised a new way of punishing the ones who do not wear facemasks. It was seen that people were being zapped with stun guns.
Many of the residents of the city have found this new punishment inappropriate to give the violators electric shock.