Pakistan Markets Reopen But Few Wear Masks

In the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, life was returning to normal at fruit and vegetable markets after the government began relaxing some lockdown measures it had imposed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Many vendors and shoppers, however, did not follow official health recommendations and were not seen wearing face masks or practicing physical distancing at the Sabzi Mandi market on April 30.

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