The UAE has shocked millions of Indians working in the country. UAE airline provider Emirates has announced the extension of the suspension of its passenger flights from India to 30 June in view of the state of the Kovid-19 epidemic in the South Asian country. The Dubai-based airline announced the suspension on 24 April as the disastrous second wave of pandemics in India.
Last week, it extended the suspension to at least 14 June. In a statement issued on Sunday, the airline said, “In addition, passengers passing through India
Saudi Arabia decides to lift travel ban from 11 countries
The suspension of passenger traffic from India to the United Arab Emirates began on April 24. Earlier, Saudi Arabia also stopped flights from several countries due to the threat of Corona virus from a more contagious and dangerous strain. Now it has decided to lift the travel ban from 11 countries. The stature has been taken in countries where Kovid-19 has seen stability in the situation. For the time being, people coming from these countries have to follow the rules related to Quarantine. At the same time, 13 countries including India are still in the ‘Red List’.
Countries whose travel restrictions have been lifted include the United Arab Emirates, Germany, the United States, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Britain, Sweden, Switzerland, France and Japan. At the same time, the 13 countries that are banned include India, Libya, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Iran, Turkey, Armenia, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, Venezuela and Belarus. People in these countries have to get permission for travel in advance.