According to the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), 6,377 new COVID cases were reported in Pakistan on Thursday.
The National Command and Operation Center (NCOC), which is in charge of the government’s response to the pandemic, reported that the overall number of confirmed cases in the country has risen to 1,448,663, with 1,317,385 recoveries.
The number of active cases has risen to 101,858 with 1,618 of them in critical condition, according to the latest figures.
According to the NCOC, 48 more deaths were reported on Friday, bringing the total number of deaths to 29,420.
According to the most recent data, Pakistan has delivered a total of 180,661,534 vaccine doses, and more than 83 million people have been fully vaccinated with two doses.
On February 1, the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) initiated a door-to-door campaign to vaccinate people against Covid-19.
Asad Umar, Minister for Planning and Development, spoke at a press conference in Islamabad on Tuesday with Dr. Faisal Sultan, “Special Assistant on National Health Services”. He said that during the first phase of the campaign, 55000 mobile teams would visit people in their homes for the next two months.
35 million individuals are likely to get vaccinated in the first wave, according to the official. Umar reiterated that vaccination was the only way to ensure one’s protection against Covid-19.
He stated that during the current fifth wave of Covid-19, it was discovered that people living in places with a high vaccination rate were experiencing minimal signs of the disease.