An American newswire, Bloomberg, has claimed in its report that it would take a decade for Pakistan to inoculate 75 per cent of its population despite the fact that around one million people have already been vaccinated against the deadly virus.
According to the NCOC data, 438 ventilators were in use across the country while the number of active cases stood at 61,450.
As many as 4,328 patients were admitted to hospitals.
The data showed that 936,383 people had been vaccinated till April 3, with 265,831 persons inoculated last week alone.
Minister for Planning and Development Asad Umar, who chairs daily meetings of the NCOC, on Monday said citizens aged 80 and above would be vaccinated in their homes.