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Turkey reduces quarantine period for passengers arriving from Pakistan

Turkey reduces quarantine period for passengers arriving from Pakistan

Turkey reduces quarantine period for passengers arriving from Pakistan and Afghanistan.

According to a statement of Embassy of Pakistan in Ankara, Turkish authorities have said that quarantine period reduced from 14 to 10 days.

Turkey reduces quarantine period for passengers arriving from Pakistan

It noted Turkey has revised policy for Pakistan and Afghanistan.

However, passengers arriving from Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Nepal, South Africa, and Sri Lanka will continue to observe the mandatory 14-day quarantine period.

Meanwhile, the Embassy of Pakistan in Ankara remains in touch with the relevant Turkish authorities.

The embassy continue to share details of the improving COVID-19 situation in Pakistan as a result of the policies adopted by the Government of Pakistan.

Meanwhile, National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC)  decides to further reduce Coronavirus related restrictions due to improving conditions.

NCOC decides to further reduce Coronavirus related restrictions

It made this decision in a meeting in Islamabad.

Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar chaired and National Coordinator Lieutenant General Hamood uz Zaman Khan co-chaired the meeting.

Govt had imposed restrictions for limiting disease spread during the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Now, the Forum decided to allow business centers to remain open till 10 pm.

It also allowed essential businesses including petrol pumps, medical stores etc. to remain open 24/7.

The revised guidelines would come into force from the 1st of next month.

Moreover, the Forum allowed outdoor dining along with indoor dining with 50% sitting capacity.

The Forum also gave permission for outdoor and indoor weddings.

GTV

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