ISLAMABAD: The capital administration has installed three more disinfectant walk-through gates in the city in collaboration with the Capital Development Authority (CDA).
The CDA spokesperson Safdar Shah said two walk-through gates had been installed at G-9 in front of Utility Stores and one at Panahgah (shelter home) at Tarlai as precautionary measure against Covid-19.
He said as many as 20 such walk-through gates would be installed in Katchi Abadis, Panahgahs, Pak Secretariat and other crowded places.
“Two walk-through gates have already been installed at Sabzi Mandi and installation of others is in the process,” he said.
According to a statement, after completing installation, the operational control of the walk-through gates has been handed over to the utility store management.
After walking through these gates people will enter the utility store. In this connection a walk-through disinfectant gate has been installed at Tarlai Panahgah with the help of donors.
Meanwhile, the Chief Commissioner Office sprayed chemical in I-10 in collaboration with National Disaster Management Authority and CDA. Civil society, traders’ community and other segments of the society also participated in the activity, during which whole sector including mosques, markets, markaz and other area including OGDCL Quarantine Centre was covered.
Published in Dawn, April 5th, 2020