Walk-in vaccinations for people over 30 starts Saturday: Asad Umar
Pakistan is paving the way for all people aged 30 and over who want to be vaccinated against the coronavirus starting tomorrow (Saturday).
This was decided by the National Command and Operations Center at today’s meeting, NCOC head Assad Umar wrote on Twitter. He said people over 30 years old can go to any vaccination center and get vaccinated.
Pakistan launched registrations for residents aged 19 and up to get vaccinated against the coronavirus earlier this week. Asad Umar stated in a tweet that registration is now available to the full national population, which has been cleared for immunizations by health professionals.
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On May 16, Pakistan opened registration for people over the age of 30. Umar has stated that the government is opening registrations for more age groups as the supply of vaccines in Pakistan continues to increase and the vaccination capacity in the country is increasing day by day.
On May 3, Pakistan opened national vaccine registries for people between the ages of 40 and 49 and then began vaccinating people of the same age group.
#AsadUmar, #WalkInVaccinations Published in Lahore Herald