Pakistan bans 26 countries, including India over Covid fears
Pakistan bans 26 countries, including India over Covid fears. Pakistan has amended its air and travel classes, putting India in ‘C classification’. Pakistan has set India in a rundown of 26 nations under exacting travel limitations to check the spread of Covid-19 diseases in the country. Travellers from all these countries will be permitted to visit Pakistan under explicit rules from the country’s Covid the board authority.
The National Command and Operation Centre, which takes care of measures to contain the pandemic in Pakistan, has reexamined air and land travel classes with prompt impact, putting India in the severe ‘C classification’, Dawn detailed.
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“Nations in A classification are absolved from the compulsory Covid-19 test, voyagers from regions in B class require an adverse polymerase chain response (PCR) test that should be taken inside 72 hours of the movement date while nations in C class are confined and individuals can travel just under explicit NCOC rules,” an authority of the Pakistan’s Ministry of National Health Services (NHS) said.
The 26 nations put in the C class incorporate India, Iran, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Indonesia, Iraq, the Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, Tunisia, Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Namibia, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, and Uruguay.
Aside from the countries in “C class”, the rest have been remembered for the “B classification”. Travelers from nations in the last class will be needed to introduce a negative PCR test result taken inside 72 hours from the movement date, which is why Pakistan bans 26 countries.
This latest news comes as Pakistan announces 1,194 new cases and 57 fatalities as of now.