List: Sindh Govt. Eases Inoculation For Karachiites With Increasing Vaccination Centres

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

02nd Aug, 2021. 02:29 pm
Vaccination centres in Karachi Expanded

Amidst the growing fear of the highly contagious Delta variant of the Coronavirus across Pakistan, people are rushing towards Covid-19 vaccination centres in Karachi in large numbers following the tough restrictions for unvaccinated people.

The Sindh government has also expanded the vaccination centres across Karachi and said that they would be operational for 24 hours.

The citizens can now easily get vaccine jabs from the nearby camps designated by the government. Here is the complete list for Karachiites given below:

Earlier on Sunday, Murtaza Wahab said that the Sindh government would operationalize 11 more vaccination centres which will work 24 hours.

“In order to facilitate our citizens, #SindhGovt from today will be operationalising 11 more #COVID19 vaccination centres which will be operational 24 hours a day,” Sindh government spokesperson Murtaza Wahab wrote on his official Twitter handle.

He also requested the people to appreciate health workers who are putting in their best effort.

As per the notification, one more vaccination centre would be established in district Karachi East, three more in Karachi South, three more in Karachi Central, one more each in Karachi West and Malir and two more in Korangi.

On Saturday, Karachi’s Expo Centre witnessed chaos following the warnings issued by the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) that salaries of the government employees resisting vaccination would be blocked.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah had directed the finance ministry to stop the salaries from July of government employees who refuse to get themselves vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.

On the other hand, Sindh in the last few weeks has observed a sharp rise in the number of coronavirus cases as the deadly Delta variant of the virus continues to spread in the province.

On Saturday, the province reported at least 2,772 new coronavirus cases during the last 24 hours, taking the tally to 382,848.

As many as 30 more patients succumbed to the deadly virus as the death toll surged to 6,001.

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