Sindh Health Minister Dr Azra Pechuho administers polio drops to a child at the inauguration of the campaign at EOC, Karachi...18 Jun 2021 read more
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Last updated: Jun 18 13:35
A meeting of the provincial Anti-Polio Task Force was held at Sindh Secretariat on Saturday with Sindh Chief Secretary Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah and Health Minister Dr Azra Fazal Pechuho in chair. The meeting was informed that sessions had been held to train the workers of the immunisation campaign to run the anti-polio drive in all the 30 districts of the province....18 Jun 2021 read more
KARACHI: The latest hot spell of the current summer mainly in rural Sindh has left hundreds of children seriously ill with most of them badly affected by the extreme weather conditions compelling authorities to take measures to counter the emerging situation amid coronavirus pandemic, officials and sources privy to the situation said....18 Jun 2021 read more
Karachi: The capacity of Pakistan’s largest COVID-19 mass vaccination facility at the Expo Centre in Karachi was expanded on Sunday by an addition of another hall....18 Jun 2021 read more
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