Sindh is Setting Up Vaccination Centers in Shopping Malls

The government of Sindh has decided to establish coronavirus vaccine centers in public and private institutions.

Sindh Health Department has set up a coronavirus vaccination center in a shopping mall in the Clifton area of ​​Karachi, in line with the decision. The center was inaugurated by Sindh Health Secretary, Kazim Jatoi.

According to the Health Secretary, the shopping mall administration has been administered a single dose of the PakVac vaccine.


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Jatoi stated that in the first phase, their employees will be vaccinated, in the second phase the families of the employees shall be vaccinated and in the last phase, the customers visiting the shopping malls will be vaccinated.

He informed that the provincial government has also established a vaccination center at a shopping mall on Rashid Minhas Road and vaccinations are also being conducted at the Sindh Secretariat, Karachi Press Club, Arts Council, the Bank of Punjab, the Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), among other places.


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“Getting the coronavirus vaccine jab is essential for everyone to conduct business activities safely, therefore, all industrialists should vaccinate their staff,” he said.