Petrol, transport, and restaurant services will not be available for unvaccinated in Lahore
Non-vaccinated individuals will face the unavailability of the facilities of transport, petrol refueling, and restaurant services in Lahore from tomorrow (Wednesday) onwards.
Entering at shopping malls will be limited to only vaccinated people, and the unvaccinated “will be arrested immediately”.
Authorities have also decided not to reopen places sealed due to defilement of COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures anytime soon.
Whereas, the government has decided to inflict Punjab Employees Efficiency, Discipline and Accountability Act, 2006, on unvaccinated government staff in Lahore.
Furthermore, salaries of unvaccinated employees will not be disbursed, said Lahore Electric Supply Company.
Out of 23,000 employees, 5,000 have not got themselves vaccinated, stated a spokesperson of LESCO, Afshan Mudassir.
“The salaries have been stopped in light of the decision by the NCOC (National Command and Operation Centre,” she said.
The government had declared that unvaccinated people in Lahore will not be delivered petrol starting September.
Following the order of the district administration, banners were positioned at petrol stations across the city, saying that unvaccinated persons will not be provided fuel from September 1.
“No vaccination, no service,” read a banner outside a Lahore petrol pump.
Federal Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar, has ordered that those who have not been fully vaccinated against the contagious coronavirus will not be permitted to use public transportation, enter shopping malls, or visit restaurants after September 30.
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