The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended the ban on the movement of scheduled international commercial flights in India to 31 January 2021 due to the Corona virus epidemic. But during this time flights going under the Vanda Bharat Mission will continue. Earlier, international flights were banned until 31 December.
Restrictions on all flights originating from the UK to this date
It is known that the Indian government has become cautious due to a new form of Corona virus which has emerged in Britain. The government has taken a major step to increase the ban on aircraft coming from Britain from 31 December 2020 to 7 January 2021.
Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri gave this information. The new virus has led to a re-enactment of lockdown in many areas of the UK, including the capital London
Push aviation industry
Many countries have begun to ban aircraft coming from Britain. At the same time, India has also stopped flights coming from Britain as a precaution. This has hit the aviation industry.
Till now 20 people returned from Britain got new strain
It is known that a total of 20 people who have returned from Britain have been found infected with the new strain of Corona virus. All of these are found in the grip of the UK variant genome. They are all isolated in one room.
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