Travelers from Singapore Exempted from COVID-19 Test Requirement to Enter Pakistan

People travelling from Singapore to Pakistan are not required to show their coronavirus PCR test report to enter the country.

As per the shared details, in a notification issued by the Civil Aviation Authority on Thursday, Singapore was added in the list of Category A countries that don’t require a coronavirus test.

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The latest travel advisory issued by the authority divides international travelers into two categories: Category A will not need a negative COVID-19 test, while those in category B will be needed to get tested 96 hours before boarding a flight to Pakistan.

Previously this month, CAA has reduced the number of countries in Category A from 30 to 22. These include China, Cuba, Estonia, Japan, Ghana, Norway, Turkey, Vietnam, South Korea, New Zealand, Australia and Sri Lanka.

All international airline firms have been instructed to strictly implement coronavirus SOPs. International travelers are also required to sign a health declaration form before boarding.

The decision comes in after experts warned that Pakistan is combating the second wave of the deadly virus. In the last 24 hours, 40 people have lost their lives to it across the country.

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