11 August 2020
Restaurants have reopened in Pakistan on Monday, after three months of facing strict lockdown restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses in Karachi were busy with clients from early morning, as owners of restaurants, eateries and bistros were allowed to open their doors once more. According to a government announcement, all restaurants and beauty salons were set to reopen across Pakistan on August 10. Pakistan resumed all types of international flights to and from the country’s airports from Sunday amid a steady decline in COVID-19 deaths and infections. On Monday, Pakistan reported 15 fatalities linked to the coronavirus in the previous 24 hours, raising its total COVID-19-related fatalities to 6,097.
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