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New anti-COVID restrictions come into force in Pakistan

03.10.2021 40 просмотров

A number of restrictions have been introduced in Pakistan since October 1 for residents who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. This was reported by the Dawn newspaper on Friday.



Thus, adult citizens of Pakistan who do not have a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus are prohibited from using public, rail and air transport, visiting shops and trading, booking hotel rooms, attending weddings and using catering services.

Residents Pakistani ages 15 to 18 must complete a full course of immunization against the coronavirus by December 1st. Otherwise, similar restrictions will apply to them, the publication clarifies. An exception is made for citizens who have a document confirming the presence of contraindications to vaccination.

According to the National Command and Operations Center for the fight against the spread of coronavirus in Pakistan, 59.5 million people in the country received the first dose of the vaccine, 29 million received both doses .

Over the past 24 hours, the Ministry of Health of the country has registered 1,411 cases of coronavirus infection, the total number of infected since the beginning of the pandemic has exceeded 1.2 million people. The number of deaths from the consequences of COVID-19 has reached 27,785.

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