Passengers from these 23 countries to be allowed entry into Pakistan without COVID-19 test
ISLAMABAD – The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced that passengers from more than 20 countries have been exempted from getting a negative COVID-19 before entering Pakistan, an official notification said.
According to the notification, the CAA has issued a list in this regard and divided it into three categories A, B, and C.
The passengers from countries in Category A will not be asked to get tested for the COVID-19, the notification said.
Counties that have been included in Category A are:
- Cote d'Ivoire
- New Zealand
- Saudi Arabia
- South Korea
- South Sudan
- Sri Lanka
Meanwhile, any country that is not included in Category A automatically falls into Category B. The passengers from these countries will have to present a negative COVID-19, conducted within the last 96 hours.
Although there is no country in Category C, the CAA said that in case a nation is included, the passengers from there would have to get a negative test before boarding a flight as well as after reaching Pakistan.
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