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New Delhi: The outbreak of Corona Virus pandemic has started once again in the country. Covid-19 cases are increasing rapidly in many states. After which once again strictness has been started. Meanwhile, restrictions on the movement of commercial international flights in India have been increased in view of the rising havoc of Corona. Now ban on international flights will continue till 31 December.
Ban on international flight till 31 December:
After this decision of the DGCA, no commercial international flights will now go out of India, nor will any flights from other countries. However, special flights under the Vande Bharat Mission will not be closed, that is, they will continue. Let us tell you that earlier the DGCA ban on international flight was extended till 30 November. But it has been increased due to the increasing outbreak of corona.
For information, let us tell you that international flights have been banned since the lockdown implemented due to Corona Pandemic. Commercial international flights in the country have been prohibited since 23 March. Significantly, domestic airlines were also banned then. However, domestic flights were resumed from 25 May.
On the other hand, in view of Corona Virus Cases, the Union Home Ministry has issued guidelines against Covid-19 on Wednesday i.e. Wednesday. The guidelines released by the Union Home Ministry will be effective from December 1 and will be in force till the end of the month i.e. December 31.
In its guidelines, the Center has directed the states and union territories to take measures to strictly control the epidemic, to take necessary steps to control SOP and congestion on various activities.
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