“Asymptomatic passengers will be permitted to go with the advice that they shall self-monitor their health for 14 days. In case, they develop any symptoms, they shall inform the DDMA helpline number concerned or the State helpline number,” an order issued by Director General Health Services, Nutan Mundeja, read. … [Read more...] about Asymptomatic travellers can go home: Delhi govt.
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New Delhi: Almost a gap of two months, domestic passenger flights resumed operations on Monday (May 25) even as a number of states were apprehensive about opening up their airports in view of the rising number of coronavirus COVID-19 cases. According to PTI, as many as 630 flights were cancelled today after West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh showed reluctancy to allow domestic flight services from their airports. … [Read more...] about Domestic air travel resumes in India after 2 months, 630 flights cancelled
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To cite some examples, there was a fund-raising initiative for the families of Palghar lynching victims, she helped the Akshaya Patra Foundation in collecting funds, and drove a campaign Jeetega India, Jeetenge Hum, which was dedicated to front-line workers who were being attacked, apart from other things. … [Read more...] about Raveena Tandon on repulsive content on social media: Even if five minds out of a million followers get influenced, the harm is done
The government last week announced the resumption of domestic flight services from May 25 under specific rules and guidelines like a cap on ticket pricing, wearing of face masks by passengers, no food served on board planes and making available details of medical conditions by travellers through the Aarogya Setu app or by filling up of a self-declaration form. The app gives colour-coded designation to users as per their health status and travel history. It helps the users know if they are near anyone who has tested COVID-19 positive. The government's decision came as the aviation sector was reeling under severe stress triggered by the coronavirus lockdown that began on March 25. IndiGo president and chief operating officer Wolfgang Prock-Schauer visited the Delhi airport to observe operations on the first day. He said the airline's operations were running smoothly and passengers were feeling relaxed as there was much less air traffic on Monday. "We visited some of the boarding gates. … [Read more...] about Domestic flight services resume in India after two months