Pakistan to reopen four points on Iranian border from July 5

KARACHI, PAKISTAN, MAR 23: Law enforcement officials busy in washing and sanitizing hands of commuters due to increasing in coronavirus as a citizen preventive measure against the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), at Liaquatabad area in Karachi on Monday, March 23, 2020. A complete lockdown was observed in Karachi and other districts of Sindh with empty roads and closed markets. Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) are reportedly monitoring roads in Sukkur, Larkana, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas and Benazirabad to ensure implementation of the lockdown. The number of confirmed cases in Pakistan rose to 803 on Monday after new cases were reported in Gilgit Baltistan. (Rizwan Ali/PPI Images). Sketched by the Pan Pacific Agency.

ISLAMABAD, Jul 4, 2020, The Nation. Pakistan has decided to re-open four border points with Iran from Sunday (5th July, 2020), The Nation reported.

A notification issued by Ministry of Interior said that crossings at Gabd, Mand, Katagar and Chedgi will be opened in the light of decision taken by National Command and Operation Center in its meeting.

The borders will remain open seven days a week from morning to evening only for trade as per mutually agreed understanding between both countries.

According to the notification unlimited number of trucks will be allowed while ensuring all COVID-19 related Standard Operating Procedures and protocols.

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