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Coronavirus: India suspends giving visas to Italians, Iranians

India on Tuesday suspended with prompt impact every single ordinary visa or e-visas allowed to the nationals of Italy, Iran, South Korea, and Japan gave at the very latest March 3 to control COVID-19, said an amended tourism warning.

These visas additionally remembered visas-for appearance for Japan and South Korea, as indicated by the tourism warning.

“Those requiring to make a trip to India under convincing conditions may apply for new visas to the closest Indian Embassy or Consulate,” it included.


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Negotiators, authorities of the UN and other worldwide bodies, Overseas Citizenship of India cardholders and aircrew from the above nations were, be that as it may, absolved from such limitation on the passage, including that clinical screening is necessary for them.

Three additional cases were identified in India on Monday, remembering places for Delhi, the southern territory of Telangana and the western province of Rajasthan.

In addition, six individuals who were said to have been in contact with the Delhi case have been held under watch and their examples were sent for testing.

Prior, three patients experiencing COVID-19 were effectively restored in February.


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As per the warning, every single remote national who have gone to China, Iran, Italy, South Korea, and Japan on or after Feb. 1 have been restricted from entering India.

“Travelers of every single worldwide flight going into India from any port are required to outfit appropriately filled self-revelation structure and travel history to wellbeing authorities and migration authorities.

“Travelers (outside and Indian) other than those confined, showing up straightforwardly or by implication from various nations and districts must experience clinical screening at the port of passage.

“These incorporate China, South Korea, Japan, Iran, Italy, China’s Hong Kong, China’s Macau, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand, Singapore, and China’s Taiwan,” it expressed.

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