- Aircraft to be despatched quickly to China for getting vaccine , says PM’s aide Dr Faisal Sultan
- Provinces share their plans concerning the vaccine throughout NCOC assembly
- We’re prepared for this essential step and are united for this mission, he says
Particular Assistant to Prime Minister on Well being Dr Faisal Sultan stated Thursday that the federal government would quickly ship a airplane to China to get the primary coronavirus vaccine contingent.
The event got here after a gathering was held on the Nationwide Command Operation Heart (NCOC) with Dr Sultan within the chair. The provinces shared their plans concerning the vaccine.
“We are ready for this important step and are united for this mission,” the particular assistant vowed, including that the federal government has “come a long way through cooperation.”
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A day earlier, Dr Sultan reiterated that the government-backed coronavirus vaccines can be free for all of the nation’s residents.
Talking throughout a web-based workshop, the PM’s aide stated that it’s the “government’s top-most priority to provide quality healthcare to people.”
“It is crucial that we spread awareness among the masses regarding coronavirus, he said, adding that “individuals ought to comply with coronavirus SOPs similar to they did through the pandemic’s first wave.”
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The particular assistant stated that China had donated 500,000 doses of the vaccine to Pakistan, whereas as many as 400,000 healthcare employees had already registered to get inoculated.