ISLAMABAD: The National Control and Operations Center (NCOC) has issued a policy on flights and passengers. The meeting decided to lift the ban on tourism.
According to ARY News, the NCOC has issued a notification on flight and passenger policy in which it has been decided to extend the guideline on May 1.
According to the notification, NDMA should provide uninterrupted supply of Rapid Intelligent Test Kits at airports and provincial governments should make effective arrangements for quarantine passengers.
The notification said that the provincial governments should deploy specialist medical personnel at the airport and ensure implementation of FIA, ASF and SOPs.
According to the notification, the Foreign Ministry should issue an immediate list to avoid fake PCR reports.
In addition, it has been decided to give conditional outdoor permission in the restaurant, takeaway permission will be 24 hours while NCO has decided to lift the ban on tourism.
The NCOC says that tourism will be allowed with the Corona Protocol. The NCOC has decided to open educational institutions in districts with less than 5% Corona cases.
The National Control and Operations Center has allowed outdoor weddings from June 1. A maximum of 150 people will be allowed in the outdoor celebrations. The decision to allow the celebrations will be reviewed on May 27.