Eid-ul -Azha, NCOC issues COVID protection guidelines
Ban is set up to buy and sell animals within cities. source: tribune.com.pk

The NCOC has issued guidelines for the protection of COVID-19

The NCOC released the guidelines for the protection of COVID on the Sunday before Eid-ul- Azha. Official communications released by the official have announced that the Covid-19 vaccine is mandatory for all workers and vendors in the cattle market on orders issued by the body for the upcoming Eid-ul -Azha holiday. Although cattle markets have to be established outside the cities and are subject to the standard operating procedures of Covid-19,

The NCOC releases Eid-ul- Azha guidelines

Prohibition of the sale and sale of animals within the city is prohibited.

The official also demanded that all workers and market vendors be vaccinated.

The NCOC also instructed market managers to provide hand sanitizers, masks, and rapid antigen testing in the area.

People are urged to take the short trip needed for the Eid holidays because “the danger of a new wave is imminent.”

The advice added that the pet markets should be in line with guidelines for social exclusion and other protection measures.

Vaccinations of Covid -19

It says the number of vaccines vaccinated so far in the country has exceeded 10.67 million. More than 830,000 vaccines were given in June. On June 28, the National Department of Health released Eid-ul- Azha’s guidelines, warning that new coronavirus species could start the fourth wave of the epidemic due to overwork during a good event. The department also advises people to prefer online purchases and regional management to place huge spaces away from heavily populated areas for animal markets. Local authorities will have to ensure that everyone who visits the market wears a good face mask at all times.


Service guidelines have recommended the strong implementation of SOPs in the cattle market. It advised people to choose to buy online sacrificial animals. However, those who wish to go to the market must ensure social distancing. People who do not have masks should not be allowed to enter the market, the guidelines say, adding that hand washing products should be placed at the gates and exit markets. For retailers, the department is making mandatory vaccines.

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