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Sindh’s Dr Azra Pechuho says Centre hinted at delay in COVID-19 vaccine procurement

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  • Dr Pechuho says PTI govt has reported that it will take time for the coronavirus vaccine to reach
  • Notes that Sindh govt would formulate a complete coverage on the coronavirus vaccines
  • Says vaccination drives in Karachi and Hyderabad within the first section, community to be arrange in each district of Sindh

KARACHI: The Centre has hinted that the procurement of the COVID-19 vaccine shall be delayed, Sindh Well being Minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho stated Tuesday, citing info she had acquired from the federation.

“The PTI-led federal government has reported that it will take time for the coronavirus vaccine to arrive,” Dr Pechuho stated, including that it was earlier introduced that the drug could be accessible after January 15.

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The Sindh minister defined that the provincial authorities would formulate a complete coverage on the coronavirus vaccines, including that preparations in that regard had been accomplished as properly.

“In the first phase, arrangements will be made for vaccination drives in Karachi and Hyderabad,” she stated, including {that a} drug administration community could be arrange in each district of Sindh.

Regardless, the private and non-private frontline employees could be vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 first, she stated.

Dr Pechuho underlined {that a} vaccine administration system could be used to watch COVID-19 drug’s use and availability.

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Final week, Dr Pechuho stated that the provincial authorities has determined to show the Karachi Expo Centre right into a coronavirus vaccination centre.

She stated {that a} chilly chain to maintain the vaccines beneath a desired low temperature, along with different crucial preparations will quickly be finalised.

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