In Pakistan, the risk of Corona virus is increasing at this time, there is a third wave of infection here. Meanwhile, a large number of people are leaving for Britain.
Thousands of crowd gathered at Islamabad airport (pic- twitter)
Crowd in Islamabad Airport: In Pakistan, the risk of Coronavirus Pandemic has increased so much that now people have started leaving the country. Thousands of people have been seen at Islamabad Airport here. These people arrived here to take a flight to Britain. In fact, Britain has imposed an entry ban on some countries, including Pakistan, to control the infection. Its deadline was kept on 9 April. The British Pakistani MP has also requested a chartered flight from Prime Minister Boris Johnson to conduct emergency flights for the stranded people.
The airline staff has also faced a lot of difficulties due to the large number of people arriving at the airport. In the midst of the epidemic, the staff was forced to queue up and do all the work by standing staff for check-in. According to media reports, the temperature of these people was not checked even before boarding the plane. However, a rule has been made mandatory for them to show negative reports of COVID. Along with this, some tests are also done after reaching there.
People will be isolated at home
Arriving in Britain before the deadline is over, people have also got an advantage that now they will not have to spend £ 1,750 for a quarantine stay in a government approved hotel for 11 days. Rather these people can self-isolate at their home. Many such families were also seen who were not allowed to sit in the flight even after arriving early. A family from Buckinghamshire was not allowed to sit in their seat on a plane going to Britain when they had checked in three hours earlier.
More than 20 flights in 24 hours
Imran Khan, who lives in Alesbury, arrived at Lahore Airport to fly on a British Airways flight with his nine children and a disabled woman. Their flight was at 1.45 pm on Thursday night but these people reached only at 11 pm, yet they were not allowed to enter. In just 24 hours, more than 20 flights were scheduled for Britain from Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi. But still thousands of people living in Britain remained in Pakistan. Labor Party MP from Bolton South East Yasmin Qureshi has requested Prime Minister Boris Johnson to arrange for chartered flights for those stranded in Pakistan.
People went to Pakistan for wedding ceremony
Qureshi said this after reports that a large number of British Pakistanis had gone to Pakistan to attend a wedding-like ceremony, most of them from the Manchester area. Millions of people of Pakistan origin live in Britain. They had gone to Pakistan to roam, after which they are also accused of spreading the virus in Britain. Pakistan is currently facing the third wave of Corona virus. Here the cases of the first variant found in Britain have also been revealed.
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