ISLAMABAD: The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), according to its chairman Asad Umar, has decided to vaccinate children aged 12 and up.
The federal minister stated in a tweet on Tuesday that during the NCOC meeting, the decision to vaccinate children aged 12 and up had been made.
“At today’s NCOC meeting, it was resolved to begin immunising all children aged 12 and up. To make immunisation simpler for youngsters, a special vaccination push will be held at schools “He sent out a tweet.
Beginning September 1, the government began immunising those aged 17 and up.
The NCOC issued the following instructions earlier this month:
Here are some of the NCOC’s most recent guidelines:
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