United States rejects request of Pakistan for Advance booking of COVID-19 Vaccine
The United States (US) has apparently would not give the COVID-19 immunization to Pakistan in the primary stage. The refusal came in light of the official solicitation made by the Pakistani Commission in Washington.
According to media reports, Pakistan was educated that the immunization will be sent out in the second stage in the wake of meeting the neighborhood necessities.
The Mission passed on the reaction to the government, which at that point educated the Ministry regarding Health, and requested that it make elective game plans.
The Mission and the wellbeing service had been in contact with US organizations for advance booking to make the immunization accessible as quickly as time permits.
The move came after Prime Minister Imran Khan affirmed assets for the securing of potential COVID-19 antibodies under stage III preliminaries.
Recently, the service had written to Prime Minister for endorsement of the $100 million award to obtain the Covid immunization.
The outline was endorsed on November 12, allotting the said sum for the acquisition of immunizations on a crisis reason for around 10 million nationals.
The antibody will be directed to old residents and wellbeing laborers in its first stage.