Turkish Officials announced new isolation rules for travelers arriving from Pakistan are still applicable and passengers are expected to undergo a mandatory 10-day isolation.
As per details, The Pakistani passengers will be isolated either at a government facility provided by the Turkish government or at designated hotels.
According to the newly introduced rules, The designated hotels will be self-paid and rates are estimated at 200 euros (approximately 39,000) per night, per person.
The decision to send passengers to either of the 2 locations will entirely be at the discretion of the Turkish authorities.
The passengers will be expected to isolate themselves for 10 days at the designated locations with the option to take a PCR test after 7 days, If the test comes back negative, passengers will be allowed to leave the isolation facility.
The sources have appraised that the designated hotels are charging for the full 10 days, which will amount to 2,000 euros (or Rs390,000), approximately.
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