Amir Ikram, Executive Director, National Institute of Health, has said that Pak Vaccine is being developed in Pakistan which will soon get approval from the World Health Organization.
According to Express News, when asked whether Pak Week would be approved by the World Health Organization (WHO), Amir Ikram said that Pak Week vaccine would be approved by WHO soon.
He said that WHO has completed the review with all the information of Pak Vaccine.
Amir Ikram said that Pak Week vaccine is being developed in NIH, the government has approved Rs 4.5 billion for the project. Amir Ikram further said that four mobile labs are being procured which will reach Pakistan in March.
Briefing of Special Assistant on the situation of Omi Kroon in Pakistan
On the other hand, Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Health, while talking to media, said that samples are being collected from all over the country for the diagnosis of Omi Crown.
He further added that the symptoms of Omi Kroon are the same as the previous ones, its danger will be known with time.