Sindh Implements New Covid-19 SOPs for Eid-ul-Fitr

To avoid the spread of COVID-19 during Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations, the Sindh government has set up new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The Sindh health department made the decision after evaluating the emergence of new COVID strains as well as the possibility of asymptomatic viral spread.

To prevent the virus from spreading, everyone must strictly follow the World Health Organization’s pandemic SOPs.

Other precautions include maintaining social distancing, wearing a mask in all public and crowded locations (including shopping areas), avoiding larger Eid gatherings, and frequently washing hands with soap.

If you have flu-like symptoms, a cough, or difficulty breathing, go to the nearest government hospital for medical attention and free COVID testing.

Those who had their last COVID immunization dose 6-12 months ago are also eligible and urged to get their follow-up vaccination dose at any of the Department of Health’s vaccination clinics.

It is especially important for the elderly and persons with co-morbidities to get vaccinated at home by calling vaccination teams. We can all help to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep our communities safe during Eid by taking these actions and following the SOPs.

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