Hong Kong has suspended all flights connecting it with India from Tuesday to Might 3 amid a surge in COVID-19 circumstances within the nation, aviation trade sources stated on Sunday.
They stated the Hong Kong authorities has additionally suspended flights to and from Pakistan in addition to the Philippines for the aforementioned time interval.
The Hong Kong authorities’s determination has come after 50 passengers of two Vistara flights this month had been discovered optimistic for COVID-19 when examined on arrival.
In line with guidelines, all passengers who wish to come to Hong Kong have to have a COVID-negative RTPCR outcome with them from a check accomplished 72 hours previous to the journey.
Earlier on Sunday, the Hong Kong authorities introduced suspension of all Vistara flights on Mumbai-Hong Kong route until Might 2.
This determination was taken as three passengers on Vistara”s Mumbai-Hong Kong flight on Sunday examined optimistic for COVID-19 on arrival.
Until Sunday, whole 47 passengers who had been on Vistara”s Delhi-Hong Kong flight of April 4 have examined optimistic for COVID-19 in Hong Kong. Vistara”s flights on Delhi-Hong Kong route had earlier been banned from April 6 to April 19.
Vistara didn’t reply to PTI’s request for an announcement on the matter.
A document single-day rise of two,61,500 coronavirus infections has taken India’s case tally to 1,47,88,109, whereas lively circumstances have surpassed the 18-lakh mark, in accordance with Union Well being Ministry knowledge up to date on Sunday.
The deaths elevated to 1,77,150 with a document 1,501 new fatalities, the info up to date at 8 am confirmed.
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