First batch of covid-19 vaccine reaches Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: The first batch of covid-19 vaccines has reached Islamabad via special Pakistan Air Force plane, on Monday (today).
The flight carrying 500,000 doses of corona virus vaccines landed at the Noor Khan Airbase.
Moreover, the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has said that storage, transportation and administration for the vaccines had been decided.
A vaccination centre has been established in Islamabad. However, vaccination centre is yet to be set up in different provinces.
Earlier, China committed to provide 500,000 doses of covid vaccines free of cost to Pakistan by 31 January.