An advisory has been issued for travelers coming to Pakistan from abroad.
According to earlier reports of Baaghi TV, directions have been given to reduce air traffic in Pakistan by at least 80%. Latest restrictions on air travel will come into effect from 4th May, 2021. The sanctions will be reviewed by the NCOC on 18th May.
Passengers arriving in Pakistan will have to show PCR negative test report, 72 hours in advance. PCR test will be done again at the airport on arrival of passengers in Pakistan. Provision of PCR test kits at NDMA International Airports is mandatory. Passengers will be required to quarantine for 10 days if the test is negative. Upon positive report, the passenger will be sent to the quarantine center managed by the district administration.
Registration in the Fast Track app has been made mandatory for passengers coming from abroad. Meanwhile, deported Pakistanis will be exempted from registering for the Fast Track app. The NCOC has directed the Civil Aviation and PIA to prepare a revised air traffic plan. 24-hour presence of health department staff at all international airports will be ensured.
Moreover, the Aviation Division and Airport Management will provide facilities to the Department of Health for testing. The NCOC has reportedly sent a letter to all the provincial chief secretaries, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Home Affairs and Civil Aviation.
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