The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has expanded a restriction on inbound departures from 14 nations including Pakistan till July 21, 2021, referring to a warning given by the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA).
In a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) on Sunday, the GCAA said that departures from 14 nations, including Pakistan, will stay suspended until July 21, 2021, due to the Covid pandemic. Notwithstanding, it said cargo trips just as business and sanction flights would be absolved from the suspension.
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As indicated by the report, the nation confronting the prohibition on trips till July 21 incorporate Pakistan, India, Liberia, Namibia, Sierra Leone, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Zambia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, and South Africa.
Prior to June 19, Dubai had said that a passage prohibition on the individuals who in the previous 14 days had visited India, Nigeria, and South Africa would ease from June 23. Dubai, a business and travel industry center, is the most crowded of the UAE’s seven emirates. All through the pandemic, the UAE’s seven emirates have set their very own portion Covid-19 approaches.
As indicated by Reuters, a GCAA delegate on Sunday said those going from India were as yet restricted from entering the UAE yet conceded further remark to the Dubai government. Dubai’s media office didn’t immediately react to a messaged demand for input. Dubai returned its boundaries to foreign guests in July, while Abu Dhabi requires appearances from most nations to isolate.
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