The morning session of the National Command & Operation Center (NCOC) chaired by Federal Minister Asad Umar, was held today.
According to reports, the NCOC session was co-chaired by the National Coordinator NCOC, Lieutenant General Hamood Uz Zaman Khan and focused on concern over the non-compliance of Corona virus Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The forum expressed concern over the lack of implementation of SOPs including wearing a mask, maintaining social distance and observing commercial timings.
According to reports, focus was also on the procurement of vaccinations and the administrative procedure. During the session, the purchase of 1 million Sinopharm vaccines was discussed.
Moreover, provincial governments have been urged to ensure that vaccination targets specified by the NCOC are followed. Moreover, the NCOC session decided that citizens 65 years old or above could walk-in to the designated centers for vaccine administration with on-spot registration.
According to reports, the forum also considered the positivity percentage for affected children and found that there was no deviation when compared with previously available statistics.
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