Priority vaccination for healthcare workers stopped

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051013-N-8796S-208 .Muzafarabad, Pakistan (Oct. 13, 2005) – Pakistani doctors operate on an injured woman at one of the only hospitals left operational in the city of Muzafarabad, Pakistan. The United States government is participating in a multinational humanitarian assistance and support effort led by the Pakistani Government to bring aid to victims of the devastating earthquake that struck the region Oct. 8, 2005. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Timothy Smith (RELEASED).

KARACHI: Secretary General of Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) Dr Qaisar Sajjad, in a press statement said that, it is very unfortunate that government has stopped priority vaccination for healthcare workers.

He asserted that PMA demand priority vaccination for doctors and paramedics, therefore the government should speed up and make the process of vaccination against corona virus easier.

PMA appealed to the federal and provincial governments to vaccinate handicapped, special people, old and ailing people’s at their residences.

PMA asked the government to start Mobile vaccination service immediately and registered for vaccination to all age people only showing NIC card at vaccination centers.