Due to Coronavirus, people will not be able to travel abroad till June 30. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has extended the applicable ban for a month. Since last year, there has been a ban on the arrival of foreign flights and the departure of foreign flights from the country. This decision was taken because of the coronavirus.
However, the DGCA has clarified that the decision will not apply to all international cargo flights. Also, the flights to which DCGI will exempt will be exempt from this decision. The DGCA said in its new order, “By making a partial amendment to the order dated 26-06-2020, the Competent Officer has given the validity of the circular issued on the subject given above in respect of international passenger services on 23 June 2021 at 23:59 Has extended till the hour.
The DGCA stated that international flights may be allowed on selected routes by the competent authority on a case by case basis. It is known that the second wave of Coronavirus has caused a lot of destruction in the country. However, cases have been declining for the last few days. The new cases of corona that have surfaced today are the lowest in the last 44 days. Today, 1.86 lakh new cases have been found in the country. At present, the number of active cases is 23,43,152. In the last 24 hours, 3660 people died due to the epidemic.
At the same time, a warning was issued by DGCA recently due to Covid, which said that if a trip does not follow the protocol of Covid-19, then a warning should be issued. If even then the behaviour does not improve then it should be handed over to the security forces. If needed, legal action can also be taken against such a passenger. The CISF and police officers deployed in the security of the airports were also ordered not to be given entry if passengers appeared without applying face masks.