Rules and regulations for setting up cattle markets in Punjab – Express Urdu

Children, the aged and the sick may even not be allowed to enter the market. Notification issued. Photo, file

Lahore: The Punjab provincial authorities has allowed the establishing of cattle markets on Eid-ul-Adha below the Corona Virus Prevention SOPs for the acquisition of sacrificial animals. Rules and laws have additionally been issued.

According to Secretary Primary and Secondary Healthcare Captain (retd) Muhammad Usman, cattle markets will probably be arrange at the very least 2 km away from town. Corona precautions will probably be taken to make sure entry into livestock markets. Instead of 10, 13 markets will probably be arrange in Lahore. Cattle pens, administrative workplaces and medical camps will probably be open and ethereal. Separate entrances and exits and restricted entry to markets will probably be allowed.

Under SOPs, parking will probably be in an open area and not more than two folks will probably be allowed in a single automobile. Children, the aged and the sick may even not be allowed to enter the market. In addition, those that come to the market should put on a masks.

Captain (retd) Muhammad Usman mentioned that livestock would arrange medical camps within the cattle market. Outbreaks of corona virus haven’t been confirmed in animals, however sick animals will probably be remoted instantly. All measures will probably be taken to forestall the unfold of the Ganges virus.

Cattle markets will solely present meals for merchants. Pherians is not going to be allowed to come back right here, public consciousness messages will probably be put in in all places.

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