The Sindh government on Monday declared Covid-19 vaccination mandatory for people acquiring driving licenses across the province.
The decision was taken in the meeting of the Sindh COVID Task Force headed by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah here on Monday at CM House.
Furthermore, the provincial government allowed resuming business activities in the province for six days in a week, following the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) decision.
“The business closure will be ensured as per the decision of the NCOC,” the chief minister said adding that the businesses will remain close on Sunday in the province while allowed to continue their activities for six days in a week as per the COVID SOPs.
The chief minister also took notice of the report regarding the issuance of vaccine certificate without the immunization process and directed the IG Sindh and home department to take strict action against the concerned person.
Moreover, the Sindh government has decided to allow on-campus academic activities of classes six to eight with a 50 per cent attendance at a time from Tuesday (tomorrow).