After the new type of virus of the Kovid-19 epidemic has emerged in Britain, a big challenge has arisen for the scientists. Worries of the whole world have increased due to the redesign of Corona virus in Britain.
Written By : Aamir | Edited By : Dalchand kumar | Updated on: 22 Dec 2020, 07:44:34 AM
2 flights to Delhi after ban on flight service from UK (Photo Credit: File photo)
After the new type of virus of the Kovid-19 epidemic has emerged in Britain, a big challenge has arisen for the scientists. Worries of the whole world have increased due to the redesign of Corona virus in Britain. In view of this, India has also become cautious and has stopped operating flights from Britain. However, after the ban, Air India’s first flight from London landed at Delhi Airport at 11:50 pm. Although it was supposed to come at 10:30. After this, strict scrutiny of all the passengers is being done.
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The Kovid test report is prepared in 4 hours in the lab of Delhi Air Port. Passengers coming here have been investigated. However, information about the investigation report has not been revealed yet. Apart from this, the second flight is from British Airways, which has landed at 6:30 in the morning. Whereas the third flight yesterday (Budhanar) was at 12:05 midnight, which would be sent now and earlier so that it could come within the restricted time limit. There are more than 470 passengers including the first two flights. Apart from these, there are crew members. Everyone will have a Kovid test at Delhi Airport. Earlier Kovid negative report is not valid. Passengers or crew members who show their Kovid negative report will also be tested.
In fact, all flights have been closed after the newly discovered corona virus has spread across the world to parts of Britain. According to the Indian High Commission in London, this suspension will be effective from 22 December i.e. 11:59 tonight. Due to this, all flights from India to the UK will be suspended. There will be a restriction on flights till 31 December. During this time, no AI flights will operate to Britain.
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However, the dream of Indian students and professionals coming to the country to spend time with their family on the occasion of Christmas and New Year has been shattered as flights have stopped operating from Britain. It is possible that some students have returned to India after universities were allowed to leave the campus after investigation in early December, but some may have booked their tickets during Christmas-New Year. Although tourist visas are still suspended to a large extent, people traveling to the UK for family or family reasons are also stuck due to flights being closed.
First Published : 22 Dec 2020, 07:44:34 AM