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In view of the new strain of Corona, the government extended the ban on international flights till 28 February

The Indian government has increased the ban on international flights on Thursday. The government has now banned international flights till 28 February. This decision has been taken due to increasing cases of Corona virus (Covid-19) abroad. The decision has been informed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. This restriction will not apply to international cargo flights. However, this order will not affect the flights of the Vande India Mission.

India suspended its international flight services from 23 March last year in view of the corona virus. The flights to some countries were started from May and July under the Vande Bharat Mission. Currently, India has entered into a Bubble Agreement with 23 countries. These countries include the US, Bahraini, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Canada, France, Germany, Iraq, Japan, Kenya, Kuwait, Maldives, Nepal, Netherlands, Oman, Qatar and Ukraine. The government has taken this decision after looking at the new strains of corona virus found in Britain and South Africa.

A new type of coronavirus has been found in Britain and South Africa. It is believed that the new coronavirus spreading in Britain and South Africa spreads very fast. The coronavirus has significantly affected the airspace. Last year, a total of 6.3 crore domestic passengers travelled by air. This figure was 56.29 percent less than in 2019.

In the case of Coronavirus cases in India, 11,666 new cases of Corona have been registered in the last 24 hours. The number of corona-infected people in the country has risen to 1,07,01,193. With this, 123 people have also died in the last 24 hours. So far 1,03,73,606 people have defeated the coronavirus.

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