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Pakistan’s National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) recently allowed export of hand sanitisers and textile masks, according to adviser to the prime minister on commerce and investment Abdul Razak Dawood, who twitted that the export will not apply to surgical and N95 masks.“Pleased to announce the approval of the export of textile masks. Attached is a copy of the clarification sent by the Ministry of Health to the FBR. Please note that this DOESN’T apply to surgical and N95 masks”, Dawood said in a tweet.On January 31, a ban was imposed on the export of face masks and hand gloves as ‘a first precautionary measure’ and to ensure availability of ‘sufficient basic first aid material’ due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Pakistan’s National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) recently allowed export of hand sanitisers and textile masks, according to adviser to the prime minister on commerce and investment Abdul Razak Dawood, who twitted that the export will not apply to surgical and N95 masks. On January 31, a ban was imposed on the export of face masks and hand gloves.

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