Strict action against the unvaccinated people, NCOC
The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has taken strict decisions to accelerate the COVID-19 inoculation procedure as now it has decided to limit non-vaccinated people from traveling through the air, railway, and road transport.
The unvaccinated people will be barred to travel by air, railway, and transportation means nor will they be permitted to enter any hotel and shopping mall.
The NCOC gave a time limit to the staff of diverse sectors to get COVID-19 shots at the first before the mentioned dates, otherwise, their duties will be superseded.
The NCOC has given directions to those related to the education and aviation sector to get inoculated till September 30.
Whereas, all non-vaccinated people have been cautioned to be barred from arriving in shopping malls after September 30.
The staff members of hotels and guest houses will not offer any facilities to the unvaccinated people.
The students aged above 17 years have been bound to get the COVID-19 vaccine till October 15.
Whereas, the travelers who used to travel by trains, buses, taxis, and home delivery employees have been directed to get vaccinated till October 15.
The employees of railway stations and public transport were also ordered to get the COVID-19 vaccine till October 15.
Earlier, the NCOC head Asad Umar said that unvaccinated people against COVID-19 cannot travel to Pakistan after September 30.
Flanked by Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health, Dr. Faisal Sultan, NCOC head Asad Umar while proclaiming the new limitations to comprise the spread of COVID-19 said that people who persist to stay unvaccinated against COVID-19 cannot come or leave from Pakistan after September 30.
“Vaccination has been declared mandatory after September 30 for inbound and outbound passengers.”
He further stated that “a number of vaccination centers and mobile vans are on the field, people must get themselves vaccinated against the deadly virus in order to save their and others’ lives”.
Furthermore, while briefing the media at the NCOC headquarters, he said that about 89 percent of the staff of the schools have been inoculated and added that van drivers will also not be permitted to run conveyance accommodations at schools after August 31.
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