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15 new cases of coronavirus reported in Sindh, tally rises to 267

15 new cases of coronavirus reported in Sindh, tally rises to 267
March 21, 2020
KARACHI (92 News) – Fifteen new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Sindh, increasing tally to 267 in the province. According to a report of the Health Department on Saturday, 15 devotees at Sukkur Quarantine have tested positive for coronavirus. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has appealed to the people to stay at their homes for three days to protect themselves against coronavirus. “The real concern is the increasing cases of local transmission,” he added. He directed the people to stay at home for three days – Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The meeting was briefed about the people affected by coronavirus. The chief minister said that three patients – two from Karachi and one from Hyderabad – have been recovered. Moreover, the Sindh government has appealed to the federal government not to charge gas and electricity bills for two months. Sindh Minister for Agriculture Ismail Rahoo said that the people should restrict themselves to their homes as all businesses are closed. He said that the people should be provided a relief.