Up to date: November 21, 2020 1:41:50 am
The Hong Kong administration has banned flights from India for the fifth time after passengers who flew to town on Air India examined Covid-19 constructive upon touchdown. The ban has been applied for 2 weeks until December 3.
Confirming the event, an Air India spokesperson in a press release stated, “Air India has been barred from working between Delhi and Hong Kong from twentieth November until third December, ‘20. Air India doesn’t have any flight scheduled to Hong Kong throughout this era. Air India has all the time been adhering to all of the obligatory security protocols for its flights working to any worldwide or home vacation spot.”
Flights from India to Hong Kong have been barred for a fortnight on 4 prior events within the final three months — each time after passengers carried by Air India examined constructive for coronavirus upon arrival.
The primary such ban was imposed from August 18-31.
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