Margalla Hills National Park Closed Due to Rising COVID-19 Cases

The Margalla Hills National Park has been closed owing to the surge in coronavirus cases in the federal capital.

The Chairperson of the Islamabad Wildlife Management Board (IWMB), Rina S. Khan, tweeted:

“Margalla Hills National Park, which includes Trails 2,3,4,5 & 6, is now shut to the public due to the current spike in COVID-19 & the upcoming March 23rd parade. Park & trails will re-open on March 24th for weekdays only. Trails will be closed on Saturday & Sunday.”


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