Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan will undergo testing for Covid-19 after he met a philanthropist last week who later was diagnosed with coronavirus, said Dr. Faisal Sultan, Khan’s personal physician and senior adviser on coronavirus.

Sultan confirmed Tuesday that “all protocols are in place” regarding the testing and that once results come in, “recommendations will be made accordingly.” No details of the timeline of the testing have been released.

The decision to test came after Pakistan’s eminent philanthropist Faisal Edhi announced on Tuesday that he tested positive for coronavirus.

Khan and Edhi met in person six days ago.