UK ends quarantine condition for vaccinated Pakistani passengers

F.P. Report

LONDON: The UK has ended mandatory quarantine rule for fully vaccinated Pakistani passengers.

The UK also approved vaccination certificates issued by National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA). The Pakistanis administered with vaccines including Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson will have no need to quarantine from October 11, said UK British High Commissioner Christian Turner.

The UK has approved the vaccine certificate issued by NADRA. The high commissioner said that from October 11, passengers traveling from Pakistan to the UK would have no need to be quarantined. NADRA certificate will be useful for vaccinated passengers traveling from Pakistan. However, the passengers will have to go through their corona test on arrival in the UK.