Shamoon Abbasi and his team test negative for COVID-19

By: News Desk      Published: 03:31 PM, 21 Apr, 2020
Shamoon Abbasi and his team test negative for COVID-19

After finally returning back to the country, the Ishrat team which was stuck in Thailand for the shooting has gotten tested for the COVID-19.

Shamoon Abbasi took to Facebook to disclose that they have also tested negative. He said, "All 219 passengers of PK8893 arriving from Thailand are tested #Covid negative and left for their respective locations from the hotels."

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Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Mr Hamza Shafqat and his team are dealing with the arriving passengers from abroad with care and good planning."

He added, referring to the previous mishaps the cast and crew went through, "I'm glad little amendments have been made after our experience."

According to Abbasi's latest post, "We spent five days at Ramada Hotel, but ultimately the staff and managers of Ramada became like a family."

"The next batch of passengers will have to stay for a lesser period though."

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Earlier, Shamoon Abbasi was stranded in Thailand along with his crew members due to the coronavirus pandemic. He recently took to social media and said he is hoping for a positive news.

“The problem is that all flights have been cancelled. The Pakistan International Airlines will bring people back from other countries but there has been no mention of a rescue flight to Thailand, he wrote.