As part of precautionary measures against the novel coronavirus, the district administration on Wednesday announced that all the tourist spots
Talking to journalists, Rawalpindi’s deputy Commissioner Anwarul Haq said that the decision has been taken in the best interest of people so they could be saved from the virus. He urged the people to avoid visiting Murree during the Eid holidays.
He maintained that rush at the tourist spots could cause further spread of the novel coronavirus. Only area residents will be allowed to enter in Murree after showing their CNIC, the DC added.
Earlier on March 19, as part of preventive measures against the spread of novel coronavirus, the government haf shut all the hotels in Murree for an unidentified period.
According to the details, the hotels had been stopped from booking and the tourists were directed to vacate the rooms till 9 a.m. on that day.
Sources had said that the hotels will remain closed in Murree till further directions by the government.