ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad administration on Thursday de-sealed Islamabad’s Bara Kahu and Shahzad Town after conducting disinfection spray.
Street Number 6 of Shahzad Town will remain sealed due to reports of some coronavirus cases, reads a notification.
According to a notification, both areas have been de-sealed while the lockdown will continue.
Islamabad Deputy Commissioner Hamza Shafqat said the decision was taken after getting clearance from the health department.
It must be noted that authorities had sealed areas after the emergence of coronavirus cases.
Earlier on Monday, Mardan’s Union Council Manga was de-sealed after 109 patients tested negative for deadly coronavirus.
According to the Additional Deputy Commissioner Mushtaque Hussain, 29 villages are have been de-sealed in the first phase. 35 per cent of the area has been opened while rest will be opened phase-wise.
The villages were disinfected before de-sealing.
Overall 525 people were tested in district Mardan from which 88 were tested positive.