Sindh Police department has launched Covid Vaccination certificate
KARACHI: The Sindh police department has launched a Covid vaccination certificate checking drive after the Department of Home Affairs recently expressed its displeasure over allegations of inefficiency by law enforcement agencies.
Monitor Vaccination Certificates
AIG-Operations Sindh Police sent a letter to all IGs and DIGs. The Sindh police department has instructed all its field managers to launch a campaign to verify government immunization certificates immediately. Range officials have been asked to monitor activities related to vaccination certificates regularly.
Sindh Police arrested 31 un-vaccinated people
Sindh police yesterday arrested 31 un-vaccinated minors a few days after new orders issued by the NCOC to expedite COVID vaccinations. Sukkur police raided hotels and restaurants and arrested 31 people after failing to show their immunizations certificate. The SSP Sukkur said that cases were also registered against the unvaccinated citizens arrested from various locations.
Travelers were vaccinated by September 20.
According to a statement issued by the home affairs department in Sindh, due to new directives issued by the NCOC on September 19, road users will need to be vaccinated before September 20. It also said buses and other equipment for transport companies would be confiscated over the presence of un-vaccinated staff. The hotel and restaurants will be closed due to unvaccinated staff, including those involved in-home delivery. Unprotected passengers will not be able to access train services from now on.
Total vaccine administered across Pakistan has crossed 70 million
It was reported on September 15 that the total number of vaccines used throughout Pakistan had exceeded 70 million doses, the National Command and Operation Center said in a statement.
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