Door-to-door vaccination: Sindh Plans Covid Vaccination for Housewives.
Door-to-door vaccination will be started from next week. source:

The Sindh government has decided to launch a door-to-door vaccination campaign to vaccinate coronavirus for housewives amid growing cases of Omicron diversity in Karachi and other main cities as the fifth wave spreads across the country.

Amid the growing number of coronavirus cases in Karachi, increasing the infection rate to more than 9% within a week, the Sindh government has decided to intensify its vaccination campaign across the province with the help of women health workers will be vaccinated people, especially non-working women from house to house – the first drive of its kind in the country

door-to-door vaccination Vaccination would be started from next week:

The Parliamentary Secretary said the training of women health workers is ongoing, and door-to-door vaccinations will begin next week. He told the COVID vaccine was very low for unemployed people and housewives. “Due to the lack of vaccinations for housewives, the omicron spreads rapidly, adding that the vaccination process will be accelerated among them to reduce the impact of new variations. However it is worth mentioning here that Karachi has a low vaccination policy in some of the country’s largest cities after it emerged that only 40 percent of its people were vaccinated against COVID-19.

The situation of Covid-19:

According to a report on Thursday, the positivity rate for COVID-19 cases in Karachi has reached more than nine percent, the provincial health department said amid concerns about the increase in cases of Omicron diversity. According to the Sindh health department, the positivity ratio has reached 9.23 percent. After a day, it was reported to be 8.91 percent, indicating an alarming increase of about 0.5 percent per day.

More details:

MPA Soomro said although they did not receive any information, most unemployed women in the province were not vaccinated, especially in Karachi, Korangi, Malir districts, and other parts of District East. On the other hand, most of these in Sindh men were immunized because of their job requirements.

Non-working women were unvaccinated:

Vaccination of women against COVID-19 is largely ignored by the heads of their families, especially those women who are housewives and do not work in the offices and businesses of public and private companies. This category is most affected by COVID-19, especially the Omicron variant, which targets not easily vaccinated people.

Furthermore, They decided to vaccinate all those housewives who were not vaccinated and all the family members, including children over 12 years of age. The lady vaccinators and LHWs send them to every house in the area to vaccinate them.

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