Six major airports in the country have been opened for bringing back stranded Pakistanis around the world. Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Special Assistant for National Security Division Moeed Yousuf says that the airports have been opened from April 15 to 18 to bring in Pakistanis from abroad, with only international flights operating.
Moeed Yusuf said Pakistanis coming from abroad would be screened, and then kept in Quarantina for 48 hours at the airport and adjacent hotels.
The Prime Minister’s Assistant Special said that the six major airports opened include Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Faisalabad and Multan airports.
It should be noted that the National Airline (PIA) has planned to bring back more than 1,800 Pakistanis stranded abroad, under which various national airline departments will bring Pakistanis back from different countries by April 19.