Qatar Airways said all travelers from Pakistan must show they were tried for Covid-19 inside 72 hours of their flight takeoff and present a negative outcome.
The obligatory pre-flight necessity will produce results Monday, a Qatar Airways representative said in an email on Saturday. Qatar Airways right now works administrations to the Pakistani urban areas of Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore and Peshawar.
Pakistan is Asia’s second most-tainted country, and explorers from the country as of late tried positive in South Korea and Hong Kong. The country has 246,351 cases with around 5,100 passings, despite the fact that the quantity of new day by day cases and tests have dropped in the previous scarcely any weeks.
“To guarantee all clients can travel securely with Qatar Airways, from 13 July we will require travelers withdrawing from every one of our doors in Pakistan to attempt a Covid-19 PCR test before movement,” Qatar Airways said.
In June, South Korea constrained the passage of outsiders including those from Pakistan and Bangladesh, and set a transitory restriction on non-booked departures from nations where the infection is spreading quickly.
Pakistan’s state-claimed transporter, which continued trips to the U.A.E. on July 9, likewise requested that travelers produce negative outcomes from tests completed 48 hours before movement.