Iran Suspends All Commercial Flights From India Amid Covid-19 Surge

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Amid the rising cases of Covid-19 in India, Iran on Saturday suspended all commercial flights from India for an indefinite period with immediate effect.

The decision was made by Iran’s Health Ministry and it takes effect on 24th April, Saturday at midnight.

Mohammad Hassan Zibakhsh, spokesman for Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization noted there are no routine flights between Iran and India and “flights are operated occasionally.”

Several other countries in the region, including the sheikhdoms of the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Kuwait, also have banned flights to and from India over the rise in coronavirus cases there.

Mr. Zibakhsh said flights to and from 41 countries already were prohibited in Iran, while those who want to fly to other countries listed as high risk are required to have a coronavirus test in Iran. Travelers over 8 years old need to submit a negative PCR test within 96 hours of departure and do another test on arrival.

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