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Govt asked to set up more vaccination centres

Peshawar, 27 April 2021: Pakistan Islamic Medical Association has demanded of the government to increase the number of vaccination centres and expedite awareness campaign about significance of vaccine to overcome the Covid19 pandemic in the country.

Addressing a news conference at Peshawar Press Club on Tuesday, PIMA representatives Dr Muhammad Tayyab, Dr Fazle Wahab and Dr Fakhre Alam said that government should ensure provision of anti-coronavirus vaccine to all people with support of the reliable nongovernmental organisations.

They urged the people to follow the government instructions for vaccination and ignore the rumors regarding authenticity of the vaccine.

They asked the people to follow the standard operating procedure (SOPs) and stay safe in the prevailing alarming situation.

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