Pakistan has reported more than 2,000 coronavirus cases for four consecutive days.
Employees fainted while the pesticide was being sprayed, after which they were taken to hospitals, says provincial minister.
Cellular services disrupted across the city; PM says he will visit Karachi next week.
Outgoing commissioner Iftikhar Ali Shallwani appointed local government secretary, replacing the now arrested Roshan Ali Shaikh.
Dr Azra Pechuho says children are "very vulnerable", should be taught at home until pandemic ends.
Rehman was appointed the deputy commissioner of Karachi’s Central district on July 23.
"The Centre wants to weaken the provinces financially by reducing their NFC share," PPP's Khuhro alleges.
News comes less than a week after he met PM Imran in Islamabad; son says Faisal Edhi is self-isolating.
Syed Mehdi Shah, the MD of SITE, had been hospitalised after he became ill upon return from Iraq.
CM Murad Ali Shah says seven members from a family were infected after one person went out.
Syed Nasir Hussain Shah says it will allow citizens to be tested without going to hospitals or being tested at home.
Meanwhile, PM Imran urges citizens to self-quarantine themselves; says will not put country under lockdown.
Information minister says PSL matches in Karachi will go ahead as scheduled, adds "Sindh government is ready."
Proposed law says unions will work for students' welfare and refrain from indulging in any "prejudicial activity".
Says visit violates by-election code of conduct; prime minister given one week to submit reply in the matter.
The white paper is based on AGP's report that highlighted financial irregularities over 2017-18.
The project was completed under a CPEC public-private partnership in 10 years’ time.
PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari calls reports of Tappi's arrest "fake news".
"How is calling for the restoration of peace playing into any other country's narrative?" asks PPP chairman.
"Non-commercial vehicles will no longer be able to function as taxis," says provincial transport minister.