The NCOC on Friday published new guidelines, due to an increase in coronavirus cases. They are banning indoor marriages. NCOC is setting Rs100 as fine not to wear a mask and allowing 50 percent of staff members of public and private institutions to operate from their homes.
The new Guidelines have made it compulsory to wear masks. It will be mandatory to work from home in the whole country from Saturday (today).
NCOC decided to ban indoor marriages from 20 November. Representatives of the Centre and the provinces have decided at a meeting of NCOC.
Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Hyderabad, Gilgit, Muzaffarabad, Mirpur, Peshawar, Quetta, Gujrat, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, and Abbottabad are cities that are more positively active and have greater potential for spreading disease.
The NCOC official claimed that now it’s compulsory for everyone to wear a mask. They said that they provide three masks on the spot to those fined RS100 for not having a mask.
The official said that they have banned indoor marriages. They said that only outdoor marriages with an upper limit of 1000 would be allowed.
According to new guidelines, 50% of workers in offices are going to work from their homes from Saturday (today). The reason behind this decision is that the offices only could accommodate 50% of employees.
The provinces have been ordered to follow the smart lockdown policy..