Pakistan Has Vaccinated 50 Million People Against Coronavirus
As of February 2021, Pakistan had administered 50 million distinct doses of Coronavirus vaccines, marking a significant milestone in the country’s vaccination campaign.
“Congratulations, Pakistan!!! The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) tweeted on Friday, announcing the crossing of a milestone of 5 crore COVID vaccination doses (50 million doses).
“If you haven’t gotten vaccinated yet, please do so immediately! If you are due for a second dosage, simply stroll into any vaccination clinic within 28 days of receiving your first dose!!! Let us work together to make Pakistan safe!!” the tweet concluded.
Furthermore, the National Council on Coronavirus Control (NCOC) has resolved to set a minimum age for coronavirus vaccination between 18 to 15 years.
Asad Umar, Minister of Planning and Development, and Dr. Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health, announced that starting on September 1, teenagers aged over 17 years will be permitted to receive their first dose of the vaccine, followed by children aged 16 to 17 years, and finally children aged 15 to 16 years, who will be administered vaccines.
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