World

Pakistan: Increased trouble for people who do not get vaccine, entry in malls will be banned… travel will also be banned

पाकिस्तान: वैक्सीन नहीं लगवाने वाले लोगों की बढ़ी मुसीबत, मॉल में एंट्री होगी बैन...यात्रा पर भी लगेगा प्रतिबंध

The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) of Pakistan said that in the last 24 hours, 2,580 people were infected with Corona. During this 7,240 were recovered from coronavirus.

A person getting the vaccine in Pakistan

The trouble of people who do not get the vaccine in Pakistan is going to increase. In fact, the Planning Minister of the neighboring country Asad Umar has warned the people that those who have not got the vaccine, they will not be allowed to work from home after this month. In a televised message on Tuesday, Asad Umar said that after the September 30 deadline, people without Pakistan Restrictions on Unvaccinated will not be able to enter shopping malls, use public transport or travel by air.

Omar requested people to maintain social distancing. There has also been a steady decline in the cases of Coronavirus in Pakistan. The Pakistani minister has vaccinated 52 percent of the adult population in the country’s capital Islamabad. In this way, other cities should also vaccinate at least 40 percent of their population eligible for vaccination as soon as possible, so that the lockdown and COVID-19 related restrictions can be exempted. So far 1.2 million cases of corona have been reported in Pakistan and about 27,000 people have died due to the epidemic.

Decline in active cases in neighboring country

The active cases of coronavirus in Pakistan decreased to 85,801 on Tuesday. At the same time, 2,580 people were infected with corona in the last 24 hours. During this 7,240 were recovered from coronavirus. Pakistan’s National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) gave this information. On Monday, 47,419 tests of corona have been done in Pakistan. A day before this, 2,988 new cases of infection were reported in the neighboring country. This was the first such time in a month, when less than three thousand cases of corona were reported in a day in Pakistan. Before this, between three and four thousand cases were reported every day in Pakistan.

Children above 15 years of age will be vaccinated in Pakistan

Earlier, Pakistan announced on Saturday that children above 15 years of age in the country would be given a dose of Pfizer vaccine. The NCOC said after the meeting that people in the age group of 15 to 18 years would be given a dose of Pfizer’s anti-Covid-19 dose. Mobile vaccination teams will go to schools and colleges to vaccinate students of this age group. Last month, the vaccination age was reduced from 18 to 17 to provide vaccine doses to students, but now it has been reduced further so that more and more students can be vaccinated.

Also read: Iran’s big statement regarding ‘Taliban Raj’ in Afghanistan, said- ‘Government is not representative of the country’s population’

.

What's your reaction?

Excited
0
Happy
0
In Love
0
Not Sure
0
Silly
0

You may also like

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in:World