KARACHI                -          Sindh Minister for Information, Syed Nasir Hussain Shah, on Tuesday, said the lockdown would be imposed again if the number of coronavirus cases increased.

In a statement, he said that the people should not pay any heed to the rumors and businesses to remain open for limited time with proper Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

The minister said the Sindh government was increasing the number of beds in the hospitals besides other facilities. He paid tributes to the doctors, paramedicals and other health professionals fighting against coronavirus on front-line.

Nasir Shah said, now people had to adopt precautionary measures as part of their lifestyles. He also appreciated the services rendered by Police, Rangers and other law enforcement agencies.