To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 corona virus in Pakistan, the Aviation Division boarded passengers on all international flights after submitting the health declaration form.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), announced that all airlines were again instructed to complete the passenger health forms during the flights. “In the event of an incomplete form, the airline is responsible for the flight delay,” said Civil Aviation Authority.
According to the instructions, the air traffic controller will contact the pilot before the aircraft lands. If the pilot does not report completing the health forms, passengers are prohibited from boarding the aircraft.
In addition, Aviation Minister Hassan Nasir instructed the authorities to ensure the safety of all airport workers as the number of corona virus cases increased in Pakistan.
Civil Aviation health officials have been instructed to screen all personnel independently of the agency. In addition, all personnel exposed to passengers must ensure that masks and gloves are worn to avoid the possibility of infection with the virus.
It can be mentioned here that 20 cases of the mysterious corona virus have been reported in Pakistan. Fortunately, no victim has been reported in the country so far.