Zafar Mirza: Masks must be worn on public transport and in markets

Zafar Mirza addresses the public in a live conference on Friday regarding corona virus and Eid

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Pakistan’s health adviser, Dr. Zafar Mirza says that the government has allowed to travel in public transport and shopping on the occasion of Eid but there are instructions in this regard.

He laments because of the crowds in the bazaars. “If you don’t follow the instructions, the situation could get much worse …” We will not find anyone guilty. “

He says that according to the new guidelines, citizens will now be required to wear masks on public transport and in markets.

Zafar Mirza: Don’t hug on this Eid, keep distance and congratulate

Dr. Zafar Mirza says that during Eid this year, “there is nothing better than praying at home.” However, he says that under the instructions, mosques will remain open and prayers can be offered at Eidgahs keeping social distance.

He has warned people not to hug on this Eid, and to say Eid Mubarak while keeping social distance, because hugging can spread the corona virus.

Dr. Zafar Mirza demands from the people that by taking precautionary measures they can protect themselves and their loved ones.

Pakistan’s Health Advisor: Jumma Prayer at home

Pakistan’s health adviser Dr Zafar Mirza has appealed to the people to offer their Jumma Prayers at home and refrain from going to public places during Eid.

“If it is very important to go to the mosque, follow all the instructions,” he tells during a news conference on Friday. “People over the age of 50 should refrain from offering Jumma Prayer, other prayers and Eid prayers.”

Mosques in Pakistan can be opened with taking precautionary measures.

He also says: “Under the easing of lockdown, people are allowed to shop following social distance guidelines. It is important to wear a mask when traveling and in stores.”

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