Timing for Vaccination

All 18+ citizens - Register yourself by sending your CNIC no to 1166 (Free SMS)  from any mobile no or Just walk-in to nearest centre for vaccination.
Morning Shift 08:00am to 2:00pm
Evening Shift 02:00pm to 8:00pm

Guideline for Vaccination

Send their CNIC numbers to 1166
Vaccine Centre
Vaccine Centre' based on current address via SMS
On date on appointment, citizen must visit centre with CNIC and Pin Code received via SMS
Staff at the centre will verify CNIC and Pin Code
Dashboard update
The inoculated person's details will be updated in the government's real-time database
Citizen will be administered vaccine and will be asked to stay for 30 minutes for monitoring

Covid Vaccine Related FAQ's

How does a vaccine work?

Vaccines reduce the risks of getting a disease by working with your body’s natural defenses to build protection. When you get a vaccine, your immune system responds to it:

  • Recognizes the invading germ, such as the virus or bacteria.
  • Produces antibodies. Antibodies are proteins produced naturally by the immune system to fight disease.
  • Remembers the disease and how to fight it. If you are then exposed to the germ in the future, your immune system can quickly destroy it before you become unwell.

The vaccine is therefore a safe and clever way to produce an immune response in the body, without causing illness, our immune systems are designed to remember. Once exposed to one or more doses of a vaccine, we typically remain protected against a disease for years, decades or even a lifetime. This is what makes vaccines so effective. Rather than treating a disease after it occurs, vaccines prevent us in the first instance from getting sick.

How is the COVID-19 vaccine given?

The COVID-19 vaccine is given through an injection in the upper arm muscle. Some COVID-19 vaccines are single-dose while others are given in two doses three to four weeks apart.

Are all vaccines made against viruses?

No, there are different type of germs that cause infection, and vaccines are made accordingly. For example, disease like tuberculosis, tetanus, pneumonia, meningitis, and diptheria are caused by bacteria, vaccines for available for these work against respective bacteria, Measles, hepatitis, chicken pox, influenze, and now COVID-19 are viral diseases, with vaccines available. A vaccine against malaria, which is caused by another type of germ (plasmodium) is under development.

Is it mandatory to have a COVID-19 antibodies test before getting vaccinated?

No such obligation is under consideration at this point in time.

Dr. Zubair Bhatti
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Dr Zubair Bhatti



Lady Reading Hospital

It was established in 1927and it is just 200 meters away in the south of the Grand Trunk Road, behind the famous historical Qila Balahisar. Famous MasjidMuhabat Khan,Ander Shehr bazaar, Qissa Khawani bazaar and Khyber bazaar is across the road of LRH. LRH is just outside historical wall in the jurisdiction of cantonment board. The anecdote of the hospital of its coming into being is that His Excellency Lord Reading, viceroy of India from 1921 to 1926, happened to visit Peshawar.

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