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Amid declining Covid cases in the country, the Center relaxed the travel norms for passengers from China and other countries. However, the random testing of 2 per cent travelers coming to India will continue. Updating the ‘Guidelines for International Arrivals’, the Health Ministry has dropped the existing requirements of pre-departure Covid-19 testing and Continue Reading
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China has lifted quarantine requirements for inbound travellers on Sunday, ending almost three years of self-imposed isolation even as the country battles a surge in Covid cases, reports AFP. Beijing last month began a dramatic dismantling of a hardline virus strategy that had enforced mandatory quarantines and gruelling lockdowns. The containment policy has tanked Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories Trade Associations
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said it is disappointing to see restrictions on travellers from China since it believes barriers to travel make no difference to spread of infections. “Several countries are introducing COVID-19 testing and other measures for travellers from China, even though the virus is already circulating widely within their Continue Reading
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The world’s airlines are taking a cautious approach to China’s reopening, reluctant to immediately change up schedules and divert planes from other routes despite the internal pent-up demand for international travel. Scheduled flights into China during January, February and March are up no more than 2.9% this week compared to last week, according to aviation […]Continue Reading
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