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NCOC abolishes pre-flight PCR take a look at requirement for inbound passengers

NCOC abolishes pre-flight PCR test requirement for inbound passengers
The Nationwide Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Wednesday revised its inbound coverage, making full vaccination in opposition to Covid-19 obligatory for all travellers arriving in Pakistan.

In response to a press release issued by the discussion board that serves because the nerve centre of the federal government’s unified technique in opposition to the pandemic, the revised coverage will come into impact from Thursday, Feb 24.

The NCOC additionally abolished “pre-boarding detrimental PCR” for absolutely vaccinated inbound passengers. The assertion additionally mentioned that non-vaccinated people aged 12 and above will nonetheless require a detrimental PCR take a look at earlier than their flight, a most of 72 hours previous.

In response to the NCOC, inbound travellers aged under 12 are exempted from obligatory vaccination whereas passengers aged 12-18 can avail the exemption from vaccination until March 31 this yr.

The NCOC additionally introduced that fast assessments will likely be performed for deportees and non-vaccinated pedestrians at border terminals and people discovered Covid-19 optimistic will likely be quarantined for 10 days.

On Feb 22, the NCOC had determined to ease restrictions in cities having lower than 10 per cent positivity charge whereas sustaining curbs in Gilgit, Mardan and Muzaffarabad.

In response to a press release issued on the time, the variety of contributors within the indoor gatherings had been elevated to 500 from 300 whereas permission had additionally been granted for out of doors gatherings and features.

The capability of passengers in public transport had been elevated to 80 per cent from 70 per cent whereas curb on serving drinks throughout journey would stay in place until February 28.

The notification had mentioned that the capability of passengers in railways had been elevated to 100 per cent from 80 per cent and that the tutorial establishments had been allowed to totally resume actions following the usual working procedures.