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With the spread of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in India, many countries have imposed an international travel ban on flights to and from India from mid-April.
These travel restrictions included a complete flight ban, flight cancellations and the imposition of strict quarantine rules, while some countries like the United Kingdom put India on a red list along with eight other countries.
However, positive news is that European countries like the Netherlands and Germany have resumed their air services to India, with the Netherlands being the first country to lift the international travel ban on passenger flights from India.
In April 2021, the Dutch government banned Indian passenger flights from entering the Netherlands amid increasing cases of the second wave of Covid-19 in India.
The Indian Embassy in the Netherlands tweeted: « » That came into effect on April 26, 2021 Retene ban on passenger flights from India by the Dutch government was lifted on June 1, 2021. «
The website of the Dutch government also states: » From June 1, 2021 there will no longer be a flight ban from India, South Africa and the Countries in Central and South America. ”
There is still an EU ban on non-EU travelers from countries where the coronavirus situation is classified as very risky. A number of people are exempt from this ban, including family members of EU citizens, students and business travelers, according to ETNow.
In addition, the Dutch airline KLM operated flights between Bengaluru and Amsterdam on Wednesday, while Germany also operated flights to India has resumed.
The German airline Lufthansa has announced that it will resume international flights to India and will operate around ten weekly flights to three Indian cities, including Bengaluru, in June.
The mandatory travel quarantine for People entering the Netherlands from an area designated as a high risk area for coronavirus infection came into force on Tuesday.
Travelers from such countries must stay at their desired location for 10 days after arriving in the Netherlands Place quarantine. The law states that passengers who test negative for coronavirus infection after five days of their quarantine period are no longer allowed to continue their remaining five days of quarantine.
Quarantine is for people who have come from these high-risk countries such as Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, India, South Africa and others are compulsory.
Another wire feed informs that the UK Heathrow Airport (in London) has a special terminal for arrivals from countries in the face of the declining number of Covid-19 infections in India red list.
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