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COVID-19 in Pakistan: Punjab to block SIM cards of people who decide not to get vaccinated COVID19 Vaccination
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COVID-19 in Pakistan: Punjab to block SIM cards of people who decide not to get vaccinated

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 11 Jun 2021, 10:14 am

Islamabad: Pakistan's Punjab government has decided to block the mobile SIM cards of people who refuse to get vaccinated against coronavirus, media reports said.

The decision was made during a meeting with Punjab Health Minister Dr Yasmin Rashid in the chair, with high-ranking civil and military officials in attendance, reports Geo News.

Officials, who attended the meeting, decided that walk-in vaccinations would be opened for people above 18-years old from June 12.

The provincial government will set up mobile vaccination camps outside shrines across the province and will vaccinate people suffering from cancer and aids on a priority basis, the news channel reported.

people will be able to enter cinemas, restaurants, and attend weddings after getting vaccinated.