SAFETY MEASURES & HEALTH PROTOCOLS
With many things changing in the world right now, we want to assure you that as we continue to plan for the Pakistan International Maritime Expo Conference, the health and safety of our exhibitors, sponsors, staff, speakers and attendees is our top priority.
It is our goal to create spaces where businesses and people can connect, learn, and grow. We believe these comprehensive standards will allow us to do so safely and securely.
Room capacities and event distancing will be enforced through the usage of floor stickers and directional signage.
Pre-registration is encouraged for all participants.
Cleaning & Hygiene
Our team will work closely with the venue to ensure continuous sanitization of our event spaces,
including high contact areas and surfaces.
Hand sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the event space, along with signage to promote their
Based on local health authority guidelines, participants are required to wear a face mask covering their
nose and mouth.
Dedicated entry points will be equipped with thermal scanners for temperature checks prior to entering
All events will have a designated first aid team.
The staff will be trained for any emergency and incident.
Health Protocol for Foreign Delegates Arriving Airports at Pakistan
Only Covid-19 Vaccinated passengers of age 12 years and above are allowed to undertake international inbound air travel to Pakistan as per policy in vogue by the Government of Pakistan (GOP) and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). This will be subject following exemptions:
Passengers (Pakistani/ Foreigners) with a valid medical reason for exemption of vaccination issued by a Doctor ( Certificate by a classified Specialist).
Foreigners/Foreign Passport holders less than 18 years of age.
Any non-vaccinated passengers of age 12 years and above traveling to Pakistan and fulfilling any criteria above, will be required to possess a negative PCR Test Result conducted within 72 hours of commencement of travel to Pakistan.
In countries where yellow fever is endemic WHO determined the risk of yellow fever transmission by requiring a yellow fever vaccination certificate from the delegates on arrival. The delegates of the countries from WHO determined the risk of yellow fever transmission needs to be in possession of a yellow fever vaccination certificate on arrival in Pakistan.
The SOPs and Covid related protocols in vogue for the incoming distinguished delegates will be looked after by the Airport Health Department at Jinnah International Airport, Karachi under the administrative control of Border Health Services.