KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday rejected the petition filed to stop coronavirus vaccination.
Hearing on the petition against the alleged adverse effects of the coronavirus vaccination was held at the Sindh High Court on September 17 (today).
The court remarked that the lives of 220 million people could not be endangered by the fears of one individual, the whole world has been affected by the global epidemic.
The SHC commented that it was the responsibility of the state to take steps for the health of the people.
It should be noted that the government is vaccinating the people against COVID-19, meanwhile the alleged negative effects of vaccination are also being discussed on social media.
Sixty-eight more deaths due to Coronavirus infection and 2,928 positive cases have been reported in Pakistan in a single day.
According to the National Command and Operation Centre statistics, 57,626 tests were conducted a day ago and positivity ratio remained five point zero eight per cent.
On Sept 15, the Sindh government had revised coronavirus restrictions . The Home Department had issued a notification in this regard.
According to the notification regarding coronavirus restrictions , wearing of mask will be compulsory at public places. Tourism will be allowed for vaccinated individuals under strict COVID protocols. Serving of meals/ snacks during inflight travelling for domestic airlines is banned.
Market/ business activities to continue till 10:00 pm, instead of 8:00 pm. All the management, staff and customers have been advised to follow COVID standard operating procedures.
Essential services such as pharmacies, medical facilities, vaccination centers, petrol pumps, CNG stations, LPG shops, dairy product shops, tandoors as well as standalone grocery stores, shops of fish, meat, vegetable/ fruit vendors, e-commerce and bakeries will continue without restriction of timings.
Sunday will be observed as closed day for Karachi, while Friday will be observed as closed day for other districts of Sindh.