SOPs for tourists issued as Punjab prepares to reopen tourism

LAHORE: The Punjab government on Saturday issued standard operating procedures (SOPs) for visitors as it prepares to reopen the tourism sector in the province.

The health department in a notification directed visitors to ensure the use of sanitiser while visiting parks, museum, historical and other places to avoid contracting Covid-19.

It said people should prefer online booking of rooms and tickets to minimise the risk of exposure to the coronavirus and limit the tourist site capacity to 60 per cent.

Elderly, minors and pregnant women have been advised to stay at home.

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  1. This evening Sunday the Honorable Governor Sindh Mr. Imran ismail, accompanied by Honorable Wasim Akhtar Mayor KMC visited Sunday evening Kidney Hill Park a new park for new plantations and revival of the park from today onwards in Karachi.
    This is an excellent gesture to Climate Change to which the city under went thru heavy rains, floods etc.,
    Karachi other parks also need plantations of trees which is donated by the Government in the tree plantation drive.
    Trust the city will get its glory, weather, and outing for families and children.

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