Keeping in mind Corona’s new strain, Iran has now banned air service from India. Apart from this, many other countries have also imposed restrictions on travel to India.
Countries like UAE, Pakistan, England, Australia have already been banned.
After receiving new strains of Corona virus, Gulf Country Iran issued a statement on Saturday that it will not allow Indian travelers to enter the country. On a TV channel in Iran, there President Hassan Ruhani said that the Indian Corona virus is a new threat for us. The Indian virus is more dangerous than the Brazilian and England viruses (they mean strains).
Hasan Ruhani said that I will appeal to Eastern Province that those who are affected by the Indian strain of the virus, they cannot enter the border of the country. The eastern province of Iran adjoins Pakistan and Afghanistan and by this route people also go to Iran. Iran’s Civil Aviation Ministry has ordered that flights to and from Pakistan and India are being banned from Saturday. The Health Minister there said that under no circumstances should Indians reach Iran, special care should be taken of it.
UAE, Australia, England also banned
Earlier, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has imposed a travel ban on India due to the very bad conditions of Coronavirus infection in India. This ban has been imposed for the next ten days at 12 o’clock on the night of 24 April. Apart from UAE, Australia, England have also put India in the red list. Hong Kong has also implemented a similar system.
Pakistan and New Zealand are not far behind
Pakistan is also named in the list of prohibition on air travel from India. New Zealand has also imposed a ban on people coming from India. Indonesia said on 23 April that it would not issue visas for those who are in India in the last 14 days to stop the spread of Corona.
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