Many countries around the world, including Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom and the United States, have made it a condition of the Corona vaccine For air travel, local offices, educational institutions and recreational events and other facilities.
Since then, Pakistan has also started considering making it mandatory for those working in different offices to get benefit from all field of life.
That is why now the registration of people in the age group of 30 to 40 years has also started. The need at the moment is for people to register themselves, prepare their families and people in the streets to be vaccinated.
It may be recalled that according to the NCOC data, a total of more than 3,836,000 vaccines have been administered in the country so far, out of which 1,966,000 have been vaccinated and 964,000 have been vaccinated. Both doses have been applied.
According to Dr Rana Jawad Asghar, “the danger is where people work in closed rooms. Those who work in open shops outside are not so at risk.
“Ensuring the availability and vaccination of vaccines must be made mandatory,” he said. This is because coronavirus cases have decreased in countries that have opted for the vaccine.
“In all areas where people have to work inside offices, such as government offices, offices in large buildings where ventilation is low, the government should require all employees to be vaccinated for office attendance,” he said. ۔ ‘
According to him, it is now up to the government to decide what it prefers. No government in Pakistan pays attention to health and education. After this disease, it should be understood that investing in health is a matter of national security.
Dr. Rana Jawad Asghar says, “If your entire population fell ill, your weapons would be useless. So now the government must make the majority of its population vaccinated against corona in less than a year.
“In addition to buying a vaccine for it, focus on raising all the resources for its application as well as raising awareness and improving the mechanism.
It should be noted that the Saudi government has declared it necessary to vaccinate public and private institutions, schools, colleges, universities, events and commercial activities.
In Saudi Arabia, vaccination will also be mandatory for academic staff, attendance at vocational and technical training institutions, and teachers and staff at schools, colleges and universities. The decision will take effect on August 1.
Similarly, vaccination has been made mandatory for pilgrims this year.
China has become the world’s first virus passport to have the vaccine status of its citizens, while the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union are considering issuing similar certificates or permits.