KARACHI: Sindh Health Department has signed a memorandum with the Gerry’s Visa Service to facilitate vaccination for those traveling abroad. Those going abroad for education, trade, religious rites and other purposes will also be able to be vaccinated during the visa process.
This is an important step for which the arrangements are made by the Sindh government for vaccinations for those going abroad for education, trade, religious rites and other purposes. Under the memorandum, the Gerry’s Center Karachi will help vaccinate students, tourism, and religion or business visa holders.
On the occasion, Sindh Health Minister Dr. Azra Pechoho said that this facility would also provide certified vaccination certificate along with those going abroad and other travel documents. Launched on June 28, 2021, the service will benefit all visa applicants, especially those going abroad to study, so that they can resume their education. Pfizer and other vaccines will be provided free of charge by the Sindh government
The agreement will ensure compliance with all NIMS protocols. Vaccines will be available at Gerry’s from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. all day of the week. Sindh Health Secretary Dr Kazim Jatoi, Parliamentary Secretary for Health Qasim Siraj Soomro and others were also present on the occasion.