Islamabad airport gets disinfected to tackle coronavirus threat

Pakistani security officials from the Airport Security Force (ASF) stand guard at the newly-built Islamabad International Airport ahead of its official opening on the outskirts of Islamabad on April 18, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / AAMIR QURESHI

Islamabad (HRNW) A disinfection operation is under way at the Islamabad International Airport, the National COVID-19 Command and Control Centre announced.

The operation is being conducted under the supervision of the National Disaster Management Authority.

According to the NDMA, the disinfectant spray is safe for the ecology and is biodegradable. It clears all kinds of microbes within three to five minutes, the authority added.

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