WASHINGTON/RAWALPINDI: About 800 Pakistani-Americans have come back to the United States since a week ago, regardless of an uncommon spread of the coronavirus over the US, political sources told.
They have been repatriated to the US through three contracted trips during the most recent three days as the last flight left for Washington from the Islamabad air terminal with 254 travelers on Sunday.
After consent was conceded by the Pakistan government, the US Embassy in Islamabad orchestrated extraordinary trips for the Pakistani-Americans who needed to go back to their families in America.
The administration had conceded authorization to the US international safe haven to work three sanctioned flights, two from Islamabad and one from Karachi to repatriate American residents on April 10, 11 and 12.
The consent to work the three uncommon flights was dependent upon the administration’s SOPs in the current conditions of episode of Covid-19 as no disembarkation of flight team or travelers from the airplane was permitted at both the Karachi and Islamabad air terminals.
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