Coronavirus Travel Ban | Qatar Bans Travel From India

COVID-19 Cases on the Rise in India

Coronavirus Travel Ban – Qatar has banned passengers from India, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Syria and Thailand from entering the country.

Qatar Bans Travellers From 13 Countries

Qatar has temporarily banned the entry of people coming from India and 13 other countries in the wake of coronavirus outbreak.

The temporary ban would also be applicable to people coming from Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Syria and Thailand.

“This decision comes as a preventive measure due to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) worldwide,” Qatar government said in a statement dated March 8.

Flagship carrier Qatar Airways has stopped flights from India

Qatar Airways operates 102 weekly flights from Doha to 13 Indian cities, including New Delhi.

According to the statement, the temporary suspension of entry would affect all individuals intending to enter from these countries, including visas upon arrival, those with residence or work permit, and temporary visitors.

Earlier, Qatar Airways announced a temporary suspension of flights to and from Italy, one of the countries worst affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

Other airlines that fly to Qatar, include IndiGo, GoAir and Air India.

There was no immediate statement from the three airlines about the status of their flights.

Kuwait suspends all flights to and from India

Meanwhile, Kuwait on Saturday had suspended operations of all flights to and from India and six other countries in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

#Qatar #coronavirustravel #??? #UAE #ksa #?????? #kuwait #Bahrain #oman #???? #Dubai

This post contains the original material published by Business Today . We have reposted the same content (may not be in it’s totality) while acknowledging the source and with the sole intent of providing a credible reference point to our readers. As such this constitutes “fair use” of the original work.

Related posts

Leave a Comment