Pakistan to reduce international flights by 80%

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Pakistan to reduce international flights by 80%

Pakistan will reduce the number of international flights into and out of its airports by 80 percent to help curb rising COVID-19 cases, the government said on Saturday.

The restrictions will come into effect on May 5 and will run to May 20, Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement, though it did not specify which flights or destinations would be affected by the measure.

The controls will be reviewed on May 18, the government said in a statement.

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