Federal Planning and Development Minister Assad Umar said on Friday that the government has decided to start giving coronavirus vaccines to people over the age of 30 starting tomorrow.
The decision was made by the National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) at a meeting today, Umar tweeted.
The developments come just five days after the country started registering people over the age of 30 for coronavirus vaccinations.
Since the vaccination campaign launched in February, which was first opened to health workers, more than 4.8 million people have been vaccinated with 211,464 stings in the past 24 hours.
The federal government has set up a digital registration portal that gives someone a code. You can then go to a certain vaccination center and have a stroke. People can also send their CNIC number to 1166 and register for the vaccine.