The National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) has made vaccination mandatory for all public and private sector employees. It has been decided to close the business one day instead of two days a week.
The NCOC meeting was chaired by Planning Minister Asad Omar.
According to a statement issued in this regard, a three-pronged strategy for mass vaccination campaign was decided at the meeting.
It also decided on a strategy for voluntary vaccination of all citizens.
The NCOC has made vaccination mandatory for all public and private sector employees.
The NCOC has set a June 30 deadline for all public and private sector employees to be vaccinated.
The NCOC has started considering incentive campaigns for vaccination in various sectors.
According to the National Command and Operations Center, vaccination centers across the country will be open from June 11 from 8 am to 10 pm.
The NCOC said the vaccination centers would remain open on Friday, but would remain closed on Sunday.
The NCOC also decided to start walk-in vaccinations for people over the age of 18.
According to the National Command and Operations Center, from June 11, people over the age of 18 will be able to get walk-in vaccinations.
The meeting decided to close the business one day instead of two days a week. However, the day of the week when the business will be completely closed will be decided by the federal units.
Similarly, the work from home policy has been relaxed and it has been decided to have 100% attendance in the offices.
Similarly, it has been decided to end the two-day ban on inter-provincial transport.
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