CAA to install disinfectant tunnels at all airports
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has decided to set up disinfectant tunnels at all airports of the country in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
In a notification issued by the CAA on Tuesday, the tunnels would be installed at the entrance and departure lounges of the airports.
The passing of the passengers through the disinfectant tunnel has been declared mandatory to ensure safety measures and avoid the spread of the coronavirus.
The airport managers have been advised to provide the required number of the PPE and disinfectant tunnels, according to the number of installation points with immediate effect.
Meanwhile, in a related development, the CAA disinfected various areas of Islamabad International Airport with chlorinated water spray, last week.
A CAA spokesperson had said that the process of disinfection was carried out on airport roads, drop and pick-up lanes, general car parking and concourse halls.
Arrival, departure lounges and all areas of passenger terminal building were washed with chlorinated water, he added. The spokesperson maintained that the authority will disinfect all the airports of the country.