KARACHI - Sindh Minister for Information, Local Government, Housing, Town Planning, Religious Affairs, Forest, and Wildlife Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said that because the health and lives of the people were first and foremost important to the Sindh government, therefore, no decision to end the lock down was under consideration so far.  “We should all be aware that the coronavirus was a reality, he said, adding that everyone had to avoid everything that could be the possible cause of its spread.  In a statement on Thursday, he said that since no vaccine had been invented so far, the only way all of us could prevent ourselves from it was not to go out of our homes unnecessarily and to be as careful as possible.  Syed Nasir Hussain Shah said that the Sindh government was well aware of the difficulties of the business community and that the government was trying to open the businesses gradually after devising the standard operating procedures. The Minister added that the Sindh government was in constant contact with the representatives of the business community and was trying to resolve their issues as soon as possible.