Salons, spas sealed due to ‘increased COVID-19 risk’ in Karachi

KARACHI: The District Administration Karachi on Saturday sealed the number of Salons and spas in the Clifton area as the number of coronavirus cases in the city rises alarmingly.   
According to the city’s south deputy commissioner, as per orders from the home department salons and spas will be closed down.
“They put visitors at a greater risk of contracting and spreading the coronavirus,” he tweeted. Multiple salons, such as Nabila in Clifton and Defence were sealed by the Civil Lines assistant commissioner on Saturday.

Amany as 2,262 fresh coronavirus cases were reported in Sindh alone overnight, revealed Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah, adding that the virus had claimed another 23 lives, taking the death toll to 816.
The chief minister further said 2,262 more people tested positive in the province during the last 24 hours, and 1,813 of them belonged to Karachi.
He said provincial health authorities have tested 10,081 samples during the last 24 hours of which, 2,262 tested positive. Now the province has 51,518 cases of COVID-19, while 23 more patients lost their lives, lifting the death toll to 816.
Shah maintained that 10,081 tests were conducted, which produced 2,262 cases that constituted a 22.5 percent result. So far, 287,135 tests had been conducted against which 51,518 cases had emerged, he added.
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