ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant on National Health Services Dr Faisal Sultan on Wednesday said that twelve million doses of anti-covid vaccine have so far been administered across the country.
“Two million doses of anti-covid vaccine are still available in the country and the government is ensuring procurement of additional doses,” Dr Faisal Sultan said while briefing the media in Islamabad.
He said there were about 2,000 vaccination centers across the country and the provincial and local authorities were working to ensure that no center faced any shortage of vaccination.
The special assistant said the situation would further improve after June 20 with the availability of additional doses.
It should be noted that a day ago Karachi’s Expo Center had reportedly faced shortage of coronavirus vaccines.
Forty six deaths and 1,038 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in Pakistan during the last 24 hours.
According to the latest statistics, 42,113 tests were carried out over the last 24 hours and the positivity ratio remained 2.46 percent.