Govt Opens Vaccine Registration for People Aged Over 40

National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) has decided to launch COVID-19 vaccine registration of citizens aged 40-49 from 27 April, Federal Planning Minister, Asad Umar, who also heads the NCOC, has revealed.

Taking to Twitter, the Planning Minister urged all Pakistanis who are aged 40 and above to register themselves for vaccination against COVID-19 by sending their CNIC numbers to 1166.


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Besides, NCOC has also decided to grant a walk-in COVID-19 vaccination facility to citizens aged 50 years or above after registering at 1166.

The facility will be available across the country with immediate effect and citizens can go to their nearest vaccination centres to receive the Coronavirus vaccine.


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Note that citizens will still be required to provide original CNICs to the healthcare staff before getting vaccinated at the COVID Vaccination Centers all over the country.

Meanwhile, the registration for COVID-19 vaccination for citizens across all groups is set to start after Eid-ul-Fitr, with the government aiming to vaccinate over 70 million citizens this year.