Get Your Coronavirus Vaccine Now In PakistanSo many asking about the corona vaccine and how to get the coronavirus vaccine in Pakistan?
NCOC has released an 8-step process for everyone. Pakistan launches the coronavirus vaccine on February 3.
The country received the Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine early on Monday morning. Thousands of frontline health workers from the public and private sectors will be vaccinated first. They will receive the BBIBP-CorV vaccine developed by China National Pharmaceutical Group. Its active rate is 79.3%.
Let’s take a look at the detailed information released by the Pakistan National Command and Immunization Surveillance Center.
A statement issued by the National Trade Union Center stated that the plan aims to vaccinate people in an integrated digital system that follows international best practices.
She added, “Human participation is limited to ensuring transparency.”
All immunization details will be managed under the National Immunization Management System issued by the federal government last year.
The National Immunization Administration and unit coordinators have also established the National Command Operation Center (NCOC) to coordinate vaccination plans.
Regional and regional immunization management and coordination departments will report to NVACC.
Adult immunization centres have been established nationwide.
You should send your CNIC number to Sehat Tahaffuz hotline 1166 via SMS or NIMS network
The system will verify your address, verify the registration, and the assigned AVC details will be sent with the unique password. If you cannot access the dedicated AVC, you can make changes on the NIMS website or by calling the 1166 hotline within five days of receiving the first SMS
A real-time dashboard will be created to update government health departments at the county, state, and federal levels.
The Sindh provincial government has established 14 coronavirus vaccination centres across the province, 9 of which are in Karachi. The southern, eastern, and central regions will each have two centres, while Korangi, Malir, and the west will each have one centre.
Sukkur, Larkana, Hyderabad, Shahid Benazirabad and Mirpurkhas are some of the other areas in Sindh that have vaccination centres. The Minister of Health of Sindh Province, Dr Azra Pechuho, has ordered the vaccination coordination team and officials to ensure cleaning supplies when the vaccinations start at the Karachi Expo.
The latest testing of the coronavirus vaccine from China will be completed by CanSino Biologics.
The experiment at Lahore Medical University has been completed. However, there were no reports of serious reactions.
According to Professor Javid Akram, Vice President of UHS, only 5% of the vaccinated people developed a mild fever after being vaccinated. According to a Bloomberg report on Friday, CanSino has donated US$20 million to Pakistan for the purchase of COVID-19 vaccines.
At a recent press conference, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that Pakistan will receive its first batch of vaccines by the end of this month. China has assured the country that it will deliver 500,000 doses of the vaccine by January 31.