Corona is a dangerous disease which could be fatal, therefore, vaccination is advisable to protect oneself and others from this disease.
Like rest of the world, vaccination process against coronavirus is also continuing in Pakistan, but its pace is very slow.
The Pak-Afghan border in Torkham will remain closed for pedestrians till further orders, according to an official notification.
Transport services enable people to travel from one place to another for jobs, social interactions, and sometimes to the hospitals.
Water and Sanitation Services Peshawar on Tuesday started vaccination of 4,500 sanitary staff against COVID-19.
Corona fatalities, infections and positivity rate are constantly on the downward trend for the last six days.
The KP government Friday announced reopening of educational institutions in districts with less than 5 percent coronavirus ratio from May 24.
The meeting was chaired by the NCOC Chairman Asad Umar which reviewed the prevalent situation of the coronavirus in the country.
KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan Tuesday distributed cheques of Rs7 million each among nine families of frontline health workers.
As many as 3,232 new corona cases were reported in Pakistan during the last 24 hours taking the national tally of infections reached 68,223.
The NCOC expressed satisfaction on compliance of SOPs during Eid holidays which brought down corona cases.
The remarkable drop in officially verified coronavirus cases is the result of strict lockdown imposed by the government during Eid holidays.