A 60-year-old man is said to the latest COVID19 case in New Zealand where the country declared victory against the virus on 8 June. Local news channel 1 News reporter Kristin Hall tweeted “1 new case of COVID in NZ. He’s a man in his 60s staying at Jet Park hotel which is a quarantine facility. His flight came from Lahore, Pakistan. He stayed at an isolation hotel before being moved to quarantine.” She tweeted again to clarify that the man “flew from Pakistan to Australia and then on to New Zealand”.
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- PIA special charter flights from Bishkek brings 295 stranded Pakistan to Islamabad
- The government of Pakistan has decided to gradually restore regular international passenger flight operations from 20 June
Pakistanis were not amused by the update and some of them took to twitter to apologise for this.
Earlier on 4 June Greece put all passengers on a flight from Qatar in quarantine and suspended airline’s flights after a dozen passengers tested positive for coronavirus. The flight was carrying 91 passengers from Doha to Athens that landed on Monday 1 June. Among those who tested positive on Monday’s flight were nine Pakistani nationals who are residents in Greece.