Sindh government spokesperson Murtaza Wahab has that walk-in vaccinations should be allowed for law enforcement personnel and people with underlying medical conditions.
Addressing the inaugural function of the Vaccination Center at the office of the Federal B Area Industrial Association (FBATI) here today, he said that the provincial government would take this up with the National Command Control Centre.
“People who have other [underlying] medical conditions, and law enforcement, who are our frontline workers, should have the walk-in option.”
Wahabsaid that everyone should cooperate with the government to stop the spread of coronavirus as it is not possible to control the coronavirus without the cooperation of the people.
When Wahab arrived at the Vaccination Center office, he was received by Fabati President Muhammad Ali.
He visited the vaccination center and met with visitors. “By implementing SOPs, we can control this deadly epidemic, so every citizen must be vaccinated,” he said.
He also said that the Sindh government has provided vaccination facility in industrial areas, press clubs and educational institutions so the citizens should make use of this facility and get vaccinated.
“I will ask the traders to persuade the industrial workers to get vaccinated,” he added. People under the age of 40 have difficulty registering. We will take up the matter with the NCOC to reduce the difficulties.
Vaccination is essential for the resumption of industrial activities. Responding to questions, the Sindh government spokesperson said that Sheikh Rashid had said a lot about the railways.
Today Azam Swati says the railway is ruined. Law and order has been improved in Sindh. Where are the weapons coming from in Sindh? The home minister needs to improve the monitoring of the provincial border.
He said that people get angry when the administration is strict and when even if the administration is not strict, the people are angry. A restaurant was operating in Clifton and DC and police were dispatched.
Citizens were present in this restaurant. Police, Rangers, doctors are the front line. “I don’t think there should be an age limit for vaccinations. There should be walk-ins for vaccines,” he said.