The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) of Pakistan began a door-to-door vaccination campaign against COVID-19 on Tuesday.
Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar made the news during a media briefing, saying that 55,000 mobile units will go out into the field to vaccinate individuals at their homes.
In the first round, the NCOC chief stated that 35 million individuals will receive anti-infection vaccines.
According to Umar, 80 million individuals have been fully vaccinated, with 10 million receiving the initial dosage. The booster dose was also given to 2.6 million residents.
The minister emphasised that the only way to eradicate Covid-19 is through vaccination.
Dr. Faisal Sultan, who spoke at the event, advised people to allow the mobile vaccination teams into their homes and to be vaccinated.
In the previous 24 hours, Pakistan has recorded 5,327 new coronavirus infections, with 32 deaths, according to the NCOC.
The total number of deaths reached 29,301, while the number of infected patients reached 1,430,366. In the previous 24 hours, Pakistan has examined 55,202 cases. There were 1,500 patients in critical care.