Bilawal pays tribute to Sindh healthcare workers

Monitoring Desk

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has paid a rich tribute to the healthcare workers who worked during the Eid holidays vaccinating 31,000 citizens in the province.

In his message on Twitter, the Pakistan People’s Party chief shared a message from Sindh government’s spokesman Murtaza Wahab regarding 31,000 vaccinations on the Eid-ul-Fitr and thanked the healthcare heroes for their efforts.

He said: “Thank you to all healthcare heroes who gave up their Eid so people of Sindh could be vaccinated.”

The PPP leader said that the best tribute people can pay to the doctors, nurses, paramedics and frontline workers who have battled this pandemic for over a year now is to get vaccinated and keep their masks on.

Earlier, Sindh government’s spokesman Murtaza Wahab said that about 31,000 people got their COVID-19 vaccine during the three days of Eid at different vaccination centres in Sindh.

“The entire process has been made very simple by Sindh [government], I would urge all within the age bracket to come forward to get themselves vaccinated at the earliest,” he said.

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