Representaitonal picture of individuals standing on the immigration counter of the Jinnah Worldwide Airport. Photograph: File.

KARACHI: Rs13,000 value of fines have been imposed Wednesday on over two dozen people who violated the coronavirus-related customary working procedures (SOPs) whereas getting into the Jinnah Worldwide Airport.

Taking strict motion, a ‘Corona Job Pressure’ — constituted by the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) and headed by the supervisor of Karachi’s Jinnah Worldwide Airport, Muhammad Imran Khan — fined 26 individuals for not sporting masks.

The fines for violating the coronavirus SOPs have been Rs500 per individual, translating to Rs13,000 in complete for the 26 individuals.

The ‘Corona Job Pressure’ additionally seized playing cards from the staff of assorted firms working at Karachi’s Jinnah Worldwide Airport for failing to heed the coronavirus SOPs.

The Pressure additionally banned passengers and staff from coming to the airport with out masks.

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