As vaccine arrives, inoculation process to start tomorrow

(Clockwise) Temperature of students being checked at the entrance of a school in Islamabad on Monday. The government reopened educational institutions in the second phase from grade 1 to 8 after keeping them closed as a preventive measure against the novel coronavirus. Students wear face masks to protect against coronavirus while on their way to school by a rickshaw in Peshawar. Students are being helped with their bags as they arrive at their school in Karachi. A teacher sanitising a student’s hands at a school in Hyderabad. The teacher and students, wearing facemasks, performing assembly at a school in Lahore.—APP / AP / AFP / Online

• Qureshi receives first batch at Nur Khan Airbase
• Chinese envoy says Pakistan first to get free vaccine
• Doses being dispatched to federating units today

ISLAMABAD: Following the arrival of half a million doses of Covid-19 vaccine from China, the vaccination drive is set to begin across the country on Wednesday.

The first batch of the vaccines reached Islamabad early Monday morning from Beijing on a special Pakistan Air Force plane.

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