ISLAMABAD: The Federal Government of Pakistan said it has intended to resume international flight operations from April 5 to bring back Pakistanis from eight international airports across the country for those Pakistanis who stranded abroad.
According to a notification by the Prime Minister’s Office, the government wrote a letter to provincial chief secretaries and commissioner Islamabad and directed National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) to ensure the provision of medical facilities across Pakistan to quarantine suspected coronavirus patients coming to Pakistan from abroad.
The notification further said that all passengers brought to the country will be screened and suspected patients will be quarantined at designated hotels and their capacity to the NDMA.
Earlier on March 21th, 2020 Pakistan Government had announced to suspension all the international flight operations.
Special Assistant to the PM Imran Khan (SAPM), on National Security Division and Strategic Policy Planning Dr. Moeed Yusuf said during the press conference that only a few international flights of PIA will be allowed to return.