NCOC suggests partially resuming indoor dining for vaccinated persons

National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) allowed indoor dining on Monday for vaccinated individuals, subject to at least 50 percent occupancy. Participants agreed on several decisions to be implemented from July 1 to 31 with a review on July 27. Moreover, NCOC reviewed in detail the current condition of Covid-19 in the country.

Indoor and outdoor weddings banned across country due to the rising coronavirus cases

The National Command and Operation Centre has banned both indoor and outdoor weddings due to the alarming rise in coronavirus cases across the country. The new restrictions will be imposed from April 5 and last throughout Ramazan, Federal Planning Minister Asad Umar said on Sunday. However, provinces will be free to implement restrictions early in time as per the situation on the ground.

How to get the COVID vaccine in Pakistan: Eight-step guideline by NCOC

The National Command and Control Centre (NCOC) has released an eight-step procedure to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Pakistan. The plan aims to vaccinate people under an integrated digital system following the best international practices, according to a statement by the NCOC. All details of immunisation will be handled through the National Immunisation Management System, which the federal government developed last year. 

Positivity rate of coronavirus cases in Karachi is the highest in the country

The positivity rate of coronavirus cases in Karachi has exceeded 20% and is the highest in the country, the National Command and Operation Center was told on Thursday. The city is followed by Hyderabad where the positivity rate stands at 18.43%. Khyber Pakhtukhwa’s Abbottabad reported the third-highest rate at 14.53%. Doctors have warned that the second wave of COVID-19 is more dangerous than the first.