NCOC to open COVID-19 vaccination registration for 19 years & above from May 27
NCOC to open COVID-19 vaccination registration for 19 years & above from May 27
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I n a statement on Twitter, the Federal Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar said that now the registration will be open for the entire national population which is approved by health experts for COVID-19 vaccination, Baku Tribune reports citing DND News Agency. Meanwhile, 2,724 more people contracted Coronavirus and 65 died of it across the Country on May 25. In the last 24 hours, 59,076 COVID tests were conducted across Pakistan and 2,724 of them returned positive recording a ratio of 4.61%. Province-wise COVID-19 Positivity Ratio on May 25, 2021: Punjab – 2.92% Sindh – 6.66% KPK – 5.81% ٰICT – 2.68% Balochistan- 6.73% AJK – 8.71% GB – 0.87% With fresh infections and fatalities, now the total number of people infected by Coronavirus in the Country has reached 908,576 whereas the death toll has mounted to 20,465.
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