Pakistan clearly demonstrates, to the world, that they are void of all scientific understanding and human rights compassion. Unvaccinated from Motorways.
The National Highways & Motorway Police (NHMP) has announced that after September 15, unvaccinated people will not be allowed to travel on the motorway.
It seems fascism has no wrath as Pakistan does. The NHMP announced on Thursday that people should "get ready" and "get vaccinated" before September 15 and carry their vaccination certificates with them.
It appears that they do have leniency left in their bodies as you only need a single dose of the vaccine in order to travel on the motorway after September 15. He added that after October, no one will be allowed to use the motorways without vaccination.
Unvaccinated people will not be allowed to use public transport from October 15.
Vaccination for domestic air travel will be mandatory after September 30.
unvaccinated people will not be allowed to enter the shopping malls from August 31 and from September 30, only those people who will have taken both vaccine shots will be allowed in shopping malls.
Hotels and restaurants
From August 31, people with one vaccine shot will be allowed, whereas, from September 30, both shots will be mandatory to access hotels and restaurants.
Both vaccine doses will be required to attend marriage ceremonies, whether they are indoor or outdoor, after September 30.
Mobile App for vaccine certificate
SAPM Sultan said that the NCOC has developed a mobile application in collaboration with National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) to provide vaccine certificates to people.
All people have to do is to submit the required details and their certificates will be generated, Sultan said.
Pakistanis vaccinated abroad too will be able to generate vaccination certificates from the NADRA website starting August 26.
No vaccine certificate, no petrol in Lahore
Earlier today, banners were placed all over Lahore saying that unvaccinated persons will not be provided fuel from September 1.
One banner read: "No vaccination, no service. From September 1, only customers with coronavirus vaccine certificates will be able to buy petrol."