Pakistan has authorized the administration of coronavirus vaccines to people of three groups since December 1, as the country considers the Omicron, recently discovered in South Africa.
The discovery of Omicron has raised concerns around the world that it may be resistant to vaccination and exacerbate the COVID-19 epidemic by almost two years.
The omicron variant is likely to spread globally, posing a “very high” global risk when COVID-19 surgery could have “serious consequences” in some areas, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.
In an effort to prepare for the outbreak, the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) has approved these guidelines for promotional images:
– The booster dose will be given to three groups – health workers, people over the age of 50, and those with weakened immune systems – from December 1st.
– A booster jab will be given for six months after the last dose administration.
– Administration will be voluntary and free.
– The choice of vaccine will be as individual / available.
– In the event that a person is tested for COVID-19, a booster dose will be given after 28 days.