All passengers entering Pakistan will be required to submit a Health Declaration form which will include contact details and brief travel history as per the instruction issued by the Ministry of Health.
The submission of the completed form will be essential for entry into Pakistan, said a press release issued by aviation division on Saturday.
Health Declaration Forms will be distributed amongst all the passengers in plane. In view of novel coronavirus outbreak, all passengers are advised to fill up the form and hand it over to health staff at the International Arrival Lounge.
Non-compliance with authorities shall result in denial of entry to the country.
The form contains demographic information of passenger, travel history and health status issues, including fever, cough and shortness of breath.
No Pakistani allowed to travel back from China till completion of 14-day quarantine
Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Health Dr Zafar Mirza has announced no Pakistani will be allowed to travel back to the country from China till they complete a 14-day observation period.
The SAPM, while addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Saturday, said that the agreement in this regard had been finalised in a meeting held with the Chinese envoy in Pakistan.
Mirza said that the policy is being implemented after China declared that no Chinese citizen will be allowed to travel abroad unless he passes through the 14-day observation period.
“Those declared free of the virus after the period will be issued a certificate to assure the airport officials of the same,” Mirza said.
“Through this single measure we seek to ensure that Pakistan remains free from the disease,” said the SAPM.