Covid-19 positivity in Islamabad recorded at 1.13pc

Zubair Qureshi

The District health department of Islamabad is all set to launch ‘drive through vaccination facility’ for the residents of the federal capital next week as arrangements for the facility are fast underway.

While talking to media, the District health officer of Islamabad Dr Zaeem Zia while talking to media shared the news on social media saying, “Now you can have vaccination while sitting inside your car and the facility will soon be operational in the Mass Vaccination Centre (MVC) set up at the F-9 Park of Islamabad.

This will be safer and easier as you can get vaccinated while sitting inside your car, said Dr Zaeem Zia.

The federal capital’s Covid-19 positivity on Saturday remained 1.13 per cent as 35 people tested positive after 3,103 tests during the last twenty-four hours.

With the latest infections reported in the last one day, Islamabad’s total number of cases climbed to 82,313 while two deaths in the meanwhile took the toll to 775.

The city’s recoveries have also jumped to 80,335, according to the National Command & Operation Centre (NCOC).

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