PAKISTAN: Country set to re-open to international tourism from 5 October 2020
The country's government has announced that it is re-opening its borders for tourism from 5 October with updated COVID-19 entry requirements for all incoming passengers. All arriving passengers must submit contact information before boarding a flight to Pakistan and must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result obtained a maximum of 96 hours prior to arrival. However, the following countries are exempt from this test requirement: Australia, Malaysia, Belarus, Myanmar, Bulgaria, New Zealand, Canada, Norway, China, Poland, Cuba, Rwanda, El Salvador, S. Korea, Estonia, Saudi Arabia, Fiji, Senegal, Finland, Serbia, Germany, Singapore, Greece, Slovakia, Italy, Sri Lanka, Japan, Sweden, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Kenya, Togo, Latvia, Turkey, Lithuania, Uganda, Malawi, Uruguay. Travellers are not required to quarantine upon arrival in Pakistan.