Islamabad admin lifts COVID-19 restrictions

ISLAMABAD: (HRNW)  In light of reducing COVID-19 cases, the Islamabad administration on Friday announced to lift all virus related restrictions in the capital after a closure of around five months.

According to a notification, the capital administration has allowed restaurants, beauty parlors, hair salons, barbers, fitness centres and shopping malls to run their business as per the previous schedule.

All the shrines have also been reopened for public, read the notification.

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