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Sindh sets up 10 coronavirus vaccination centres in Karachi

KARACHI: Sindh’s health authorities have set up 10 coronavirus vaccination centres in the six district of Karachi, ARY News reported on Monday. 

As per details, three vaccination centres have been set up in district central of Karachi, two in east and two in the south district of the metropolis. One each centre has been established in west district, Malir, Korangi.

The Sindh health department has established at Jinnah Hospital, Aga Khan Hospital, Children Hospital Nagan, New Karachi, Sindh Government Qatar Hospital, Liaquatabad, Sindh Govt Hospital Korangi and Dow Campus in Karachi.

Meanwhile, vaccination centres have also been established in Badin, Larkana, Shaheed Benazirabad and Sukkur.

Trained staff have been deployed at these centres equipped with all the necessary equipment and appliances, including refrigerators.

Read more: PAF plane carrying first batch of COVID-19 vaccine reaches Islamabad

The Sindh government has already earmarked funds to the tune of Rs1.5 billion for the vaccine procurement.

Earlier in the day, a special Pakistan Air Force (PAF) plane with the first batch of COVID-19 vaccine doses has reached Islamabad.



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