Pakistan

Sindh to close vaccination centres Sunday due to shortage; decides to reopen primary schools

KARACHI: The Sindh government has allowed in-person learning in primary schools from June 21 and further eased restrictions after reviewing the COVID-19 situation.

This was decided in a meeting of the Provincial Task Force on Corona, chaired by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah while provincial ministers Saeed Ghani, Azra Pechuho and Murtaza Wahab also attended, among other senior government officials and health experts.

The committee was briefed on the pandemic situation and the shortage of vaccine across the country, which has gotten serious in the last few days.

The meeting was told that so far 3,243,988 doses of vaccines have been received. Of them, 2,873,857 were utilized and only 370,141 were left.

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