- President Dr Arif Alvi and his spouse, Samina Alvi, get vaccinated in opposition to coronavirus at Tarlai vaccination centre.
- Says “elites around the world broke the lines” to get vaccinated” but drugs being administered according to age in Pakistan.
- Advises the nation to continue ahead with caution despite receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s President Dr Arif Alvi and his wife, Samina Alvi, on Monday got vaccinated against COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, at a vaccination centre here in the federal capital’s Tarlai area.
President Arif Alvi also spoke on the occasion, saying vaccines were being administered according to age in Pakistan. “The elites world wide broke the traces and obtained themselves vaccinated,” he mentioned, in accordance with the President Home’s Twitter account.
“I registered at 1166 and got vaccinated when my turn came,” he mentioned, including that the PTI authorities had developed a “simpler and better vaccination system” throughout Pakistan.
The president suggested the nation to proceed forward with warning regardless of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. “Please continue wearing masks, wash your hands, and keep your distance in view of the third wave of the coronavirus,” he acknowledged.
He additionally lauded the PTI regime’s efforts and techniques in mild of the pandemic, saying the federal government’s good lockdown coverage “reduced economic losses”.