UAE extends restrictions on 6 countries including Pakistan
UAE extends restrictions on 6 countries including PakistanUnited Arab Emirates (UAE) has further extended the ban on passengers coming from Pakistan and 6 other South asian countries. Passengers from seven countries, including Pakistan, will be barred from arriving until July 6.
According to the details, the UAE Civil Aviation Authority has extended the ban on the arrival of passengers from 7 countries to prevent the spread of Corona virus.Passengers from seven countries, including Pakistan, will be barred from arriving until July 6.
Aviation officials have issued a directive extending the ban until July 6, saying those countries include Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Nigeria and South Africa.
The directive instructs all airlines not to issue boarding cards to passengers from the respective countries and states that in the last 14 days, boarding cards for Dubai or transit have been issued to those countries or their passengers and such passengers. Should not be released. Airlines will be fined or prosecuted for violating the rules, aviation officials said. It should be noted that due to the increasing cases of Corona, the United Arab Emirates has banned travelers from several South Asian countries, including Pakistan.
A statement issued by the UAE Aviation Authority last month said the UAE had tightened diplomatic missions with countries, government delegations, business planes and golden residents under strict SOPs. Approved with SOPs.