NCOC corona vaccine coming to pakistan
Web Desk 30 January 2021
ISLAMABAD: The NCOC corona vaccine strategy has come as a surprise. The co-vaccine has sent a letter to the government of Pakistan regarding corona vaccine.
According to details, Federal Minister Asad Omar has given great good news to the nation through a tweet, he said that he has received a letter from Ko Vax to provide 17 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine.
The federal minister said that the corona vaccine will be available from February, 6 million NCOC corona vaccinewill be received by the vaccine by March, while all 17 million doses will be received in the first half of 2021.
Good news on covid vaccine front. Recieved letter from Covax indicative supply of up to 17 million doses of AstraZeneca in 1st half 2021. About 6 million NCOC corona vaccine will be recieved by March with delivery starting in Feb. We signed with Covax nearly 8 months back to ensure availability
– Asad Umar (Asad_Umar) January 30, 2021
Asad Umar wrote in a tweet that an agreement was reached with the vaccine to ensure the availability of the vaccine 8 months ago. It should be noted that Pakistan has announced to provide free corona vaccine to the people.
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Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Health Faisal Sultan also said in a tweet that he was happy to announce that in addition to the 500,000 vaccine doses provided by the Chinese company Sinopharm, about 7 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine have been introduced this year. Will be available in the first six months of, and will be provided to the public free of charge.
Happy to share that in addition to the 500,000 doses of Sinopharm, almost 7 million does of AstraZeneca to be made available in Q1 and given to the public free of cost! Pakistan’s vaccine drive starts next week, beginning with frontline healthcare workers.
– Faisal Sultan January 30, 2021
Faisal Sultan said that corona vaccination in Pakistan will start from next week and it will start with front line health care workers.