Pakistan issues warning to Turkish Airlines for violation of coronovirus SOP
KARACHI – The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has warned Turkish Airlines to take action if it continues to bring passengers to Pakistan without testing its coronovirus.
According to CAA officials, Turkey is placed in Category B, under which all travelers coming from the Middle East country have to take the exam for Kovid-19 and the results should be negative.
The CAA further stated that the coronavirus test should not be older than 96 years.
Allowing passengers in Pakistan without any negative test is against Pakistan’s policy.
Turkish Airlines has been warned that strict action will be taken under the panel regulatory action if a violation is committed.
After the positive test of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, the total number of active cases of coronovirus in Pakistan of 615 and people has reached 8782.
According to the latest figures, during the last twenty-four hours, contagion claimed the lives of fourteen more people.
A total of 28,916 trials were conducted in the last 24 hours.
So far, 305,080 patients have been cured of the virus in the South Asian country.