Sindh Wants to Make COVID Vaccination Mandatory for Banking Services

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In letter, provincial health department urges NCOC to direct banks, post offices to restrict services to vaccinated citizens
The Sindh Health Department on Sunday urged the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) overseeing Pakistan’s response to the coronavirus pandemic to make vaccination certificates mandatory for citizens wishing to utilize banks and post offices.

In a letter, the provincial health department requested the NCOC to issue instructions for banks and post office staff to refuse services to anyone who could not produce a valid vaccination certificate.