Vaccination card to be made mandatory when entering public places
The Special Committee on COVID-19 Control today decided to make the vaccination card mandatory when entering public places in the future,President’s Media Division(PMD) said.
Legal advice has been sought with regard to preventing those who have not obtained the vaccine from entering public places in order to prevent the spread of the pandemic.
Meanwhile, President Gotabaya Rajapaksa instructed the members of the Special Committee on COVID-19 Control to take necessary steps to complete administering booster doses within the next two weeks to control the spread of COVID-19 during the upcoming festive season.
The President made these remarks during the meeting of the Special Committee on COVID-19 Control held at the Presidential Secretariat, today (10),
All those who have completed three months after receiving the second dose are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine as the booster dose. Accordingly, eligible persons have the opportunity to receive the Pfizer vaccine from tomorrow at any vaccination centre.