From Thursday, fully vaccinated people travelling to Pakistan are no longer required to produce a negative RT-PCR test report.
This has been announced by the National Command and Operations Centre, Government of Pakistan.
"With effect from 24 Feb, the requirement of a negative PCR report for passengers travelling to Pakistan has been abolished for fully vaccinated travellers," the NCOC tweeted Wednesday.
However, non-vaccinated individuals over 12 years of age will require a pre-boarding negative PCR report, with the test done within 72 hours prior to the flight, the NCOC said in a notification.
The notification states that full vaccination is mandatory for all Pakistan-bound passengers except those below 12 years of age.
Passengers aged from 12-18 years are allowed to travel without mandatory vaccination until March 31.
There will be a rapid antigen test done on arrival for deportees and non-vaccinated pedestrians at border terminals. Positive cases will be home-quarantined for 10 days.
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