Sindh Government Directs The Ministry To Stop Salaries

Sindh Government directs the Ministry to stop salaries. CM Murad Ali Shah asked the finance ministry on Thursday to suspend government employees’ salaries in July if they refuse to get vaccinated against the new Coronavirus.

The chief minister remarked this while presiding over a meeting of the provincial task team on Covid-19, which included provincial ministers, the chief secretary, police officers, and medical experts. Government employees who did not get themselves vaccinated would have their salaries stopped from July.

Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah asked the finance ministry on Thursday to suspend government employees' salaries in July if they refuse to get vaccinated against the new Coronavirus.

He directed the chief secretary to allow government employees the month of June to get vaccinated. And he made Covid-19 vaccines essential for citizens. He said that they have to take immense care of the citizen regarding the Coronavirus.

CM Murad Ali Shah also gave new guidelines for the vaccination campaign. He instructed to build 300 basic health units and vaccination centres and set a daily target of 30,000 vaccine administrations.

Meanwhile, five mobile vaccination teams would be formed at each taluka level, with a daily goal of 60,000 vaccines to be provided. He instructed that they had 605 talukas, and they must vaccinate at least 60,000 people per day.

He also told the health authorities to tell the province’s approximately 95 private hospitals to target 10,000 vaccine doses each day and to register more private hospitals for vaccination.

The decision came after Prime Minister Imran Khan granted the Sindh government permission to extend lockdown restrictions for another week in an effort to fight the spread of the Coronavirus in the province. CM Murad Ali Shah had advised the prime minister that the provincial government intended to extend the lockdown for another week.

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