Govt To Bring 12,000 Stranded Pakistanis Back In next 10 days: Moeed

Govt To Bring 12,000 Stranded Pakistanis Back In next 10 days: Moeed

Addressing a news conference, he said earlier about 7500 stranded Pakistanis were repatriated in ten days.
The Special Assistant said under the new policy, Coronavirus test of the Pakistanis will be conducted soon after their landing in the country, and then those who test negative will be sent home while people with positive tests will be quarantined either at government facilities or at their homes.
Moeed Yusuf said about 20,000 stranded Pakistanis have so far been brought back home while 110,000 other Pakistanis in foreign countries desire to return home.
He said on the direction of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the government is endeavoring to bring maximum stranded Pakistanis back home at the earliest.
The Special Assistant said the government plans to operationalize Sialkot and Quetta airports as well in days to come.