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Coronavirus: 14-day quarantine mandatory for Pakistanis stranded in China

An agreement was finalized on the issue with the Chinese diplomat in Pakistan today. However, further details of the agreement will be furnished to reporters.

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Special Minister to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Health, Doctor Zafar Mirza on Saturday informed that no Pakistani will be allowed to return to the country until proper 14-day quarantine due to the threat of deadly Coronavirus and so they can be proved free of the disease.

An agreement was finalized on the issue with the Chinese diplomat in Pakistan today. However, further details of the agreement will be furnished to reporters.

Dr. Zafar Mirza said that the policy is being implemented after China declared that no Chinese citizen will be allowed to travel abroad till the completion of 14-day quarantine period and deemed free of the disease.

After the mandatory period, a certificate will be issued to those declared free of the virus to assure the immigration officials that they are free from the disease.

“We are confident that if we are successful in implementing this plan — and there is no reason to believe that we won’t [be able to implement it] — we will be able to keep Pakistanis safe from this virus, said Mirza.

He added that an awareness campaign will be initiated on electronic media to educate people about the origin, symptoms, and ways of transfer of the deadly virus.

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