NCOC decides to take strict measures regarding vaccination

ISLAMABAD: The NCOC has decided to take strict measures to ensure implementation of compulsory vaccination. According to Express News, an important meeting of the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) was held under the chairmanship of Federal Minister Asad Omar, which reviewed the Corona Outbreak Crow Chart, National Vaccination Strategy and the spread of the disease. It was decided that strict measures would be taken to ensure the implementation of mandatory vaccination in view of the threat of spread of the new type of corona (Omekron).

The NCOC has requested all cities to ensure vaccination, saying that from January 1, people over the age of 30 will be able to get booster doses, 713,582 people have been vaccinated in the last 24 hours, and A total of 141.59 million 339 people have been vaccinated across the country, while 58 per cent of the people across the country have been vaccinated against corona.

The NCOC said 58,000 cases of Amicron variant have been reported in 95 countries around the world, with the UK and Denmark having the highest numbers reported due to the epicenter of the epidemic in Europe, while Amicron variant has been reported in India so far. 149 cases have been reported, the public is requested to ensure corona vaccination.

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