PIA departure from Medina lands with two 'Coronavirus travelers'

Two travelers in a Multan  PIA departure from Medina, the Holy City in Saudi Arabia, are associate with having COVID-19.

Multan-bound PIA departure from Medina, Both the travelers have been move to Nishtar Hospital for going through COVID-19 tests.

One of them has a place with Lodhran while other is the occupant of Multan, they said.

It is appropriate to refer to here that on September 23, with the special endeavors of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The Saudi authorities permitted Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) to operate 21 additional flights to the realm.

As per subtleties, PIA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Arshad Malik had educate the PM about the expanding number of travelers.

Issues being look by Pakistanis travelling to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia because of restricted flight Tasks.

He had mentioned PM Khan to determine the flight issue by talking about the issue with Saudi authorities.

Keeping in see the continuous predicament, the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) for Overseas Pakistanis, connected with Saudi Human Resource vice minister Dr. Abdullah bin Nasser.

Through video-interface in which he engaged the service to expand the number of flights to ease the grivances of the numerous people proposing to return to work.

The SAPM likewise mentioned expanding visas of Pakistan exiles up to October 30.

With the expansion of 21 additional flights in the framework, the national flag transporter traveler limit has expanded to 25,500. All expanded flights will leave for Saudi Arabia before September 31.

 

More The Online World News by Dr Jay Feldman

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