Pakistan

Coronavirus: People over the age of 18 have been vaccinated since June 3

A digital port has been set up by the government to register the coronavirus vaccine. File: Geo.tv/ file

People over the age of 18 have been vaccinated against the coronavirus since June 3, the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) announced Monday.

“The current NCOC meeting, decided to introduce a vaccine for 18 registered participants starting on Thursday, June 3. With this section, the vaccine for all eligible age groups will be implemented,” NCOC president Asad Umar wrote on Twitter.

He also urged people to register themselves immediately. Saturday, May 29, | | NCOC has launched a coronavirus vaccine for people aged 30 and over and teachers over the age of 18.

More than 5 million people have been vaccinated against coronavirus in Pakistan so far, according to the federal minister.

Umar encouraged people to register for the first vaccination.

On May 16, Pakistan opened the registration of citizens under the age of 19 and passed the coronavirus vaccine. In a tweet, Umar said the registration would be open to all people in the country who have been approved by health professionals to take the vaccine.

Umar explained that the government is starting to register older people as the Pakistani vaccine continues to grow and its ability to treat the country continues to grow day by day.

On May 3, Pakistan opened the registration of vaccines for people aged 40 to 49 across the country, after which, it began receiving vaccinations for people of the same age.

The digital door has been set up by the federal government to register through a code provider. They can go to the vaccination center to get a jab.


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