The facility may handle some 300 people at a time,” Bukhari informed the French Ambassador to Pakistan, Marc Barety, who called on him at the Overseas Ministry, a press release said. Both sides discussed matters pertaining to politics and economy, as well as measures taken by Pakistani and French governments to check coronavirus. The special assistant informed Barety that his government had allocated funds and taken different initiatives to deal with coronavirus. “Quarantine centre is being established at the Islamabad Airport,” he added.
At the moment the answer seems to be no. Though news about coronavirus circulates everyday in Pakistan, nothing on the evacuation of the students has been made clear. There are over 1000 students in Wuhan, who have begged the government to facilitate their evacuation but the government has stayed mum. Other countries such as US, India, Japan and Britain have evacuated their citizens.