‘SOP compliance improves after strict measures including army deployment’
ISLAMABAD: Planning and Development Minister Asad Umar tweeted on Tuesday that nationwide SOP compliance saw a “significant improvement” due to strict enforcement measures, including deployment of the military.
“National average compliance has doubled from 34% on 25th apr to 68% on 3rd may,” the minister, who also heads the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Covid-19, wrote on Twitter.
Asad Umar stressed the need for sustaining and building on “this compliance level specially till Eid”.
Significant improvement seen in SOP compliance since the stronger enforcement measures including military deployment took place. National average compliance has doubled from 34% on 25th apr to 68% on 3rd may. Need to sustain and build on this compliance level specially till eid. pic.twitter.com/lf1Flz0LRT
— Asad Umar (@Asad_Umar) May 4, 2021
Earlier today, Asad Umar said Pakistan’s daily vaccinations crossed the 150,000 mark for the first time on Monday.
He said that as many as 164,000 people were administered coronavirus vaccine. Yesterday was the first day when people aged 40 years and above started getting jabs, he added.