- Sindh government set up vaccination centers on Rashid Minhas Street and Clifton
- Vaccinations are taking place at the Sindh Secretariat, Karachi Press Club, Arts Council, Bank of Punjab, Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), and other venues.
- Sindh govt wants to vaccinate 200,000 people a day, says the health secretary.
Sindh government has decided to establish a coronavirus vaccine center in both state and local government.
In line with the ruling, a coronavirus vaccination center was set up by the Sindh Health department at a shopping center in the Clifton area of Karachi. Sindh Health Secretary Kazim Jatoi set up the center.
Talking to Geo Stories, the health secretary said store managers have been given one of the PakVac vaccines.
Jatoi said in the first phase, supervisors will cut staff, and in the second phase, families of workers will be fired. Meanwhile, in the third phase, customers coming to the market will receive the vaccine.
According to the health secretary, the Sindh government has also set up a vaccination center on Rashid Minhas Road, with vaccinations being held at Sindh Secretariat, Karachi Press Club, Arts Council, Bank of Punjab, Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), and other places.
“Obtaining a coronavirus vaccine is essential for everyone to do business right, therefore, all industrial suppliers need to vaccinate their employees,” Jatoi said.
On the other hand, the Prime Minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah attended a meeting of the National Coordination Committee (NCC) and said the province is following the federal vaccination policy.
“Currently, 70,000 vaccines are being given daily in Sindh but we want to achieve the target of 200,000 vaccines per day,” Jatoi said.
“We plan to provide 100,000 vaccines daily for mobile vaccination.”