Covid-19

MCGM Issues New Guidelines For International Passengers Arriving In India

MAHARASHTRA: Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) on Friday issued an order explaining the new guidelines in wake of the heavily mutated new variant, Omicron. MCGM has introduced a very unique & strict home quarantine monitoring mechanism for international passengers arriving in Mumbai from risk countries. ALSO READ & WATCH: BREAKING: India Has 2 Confirmed

In Maha, Institutional Quarantine For Fliers From “At Risk Nations”

MUMBAI: Citing the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 and the Disaster Management Act, 2005; the Maharashtra government has imposed restrictions on domestic and international passengers on Thursday based on the evolving situation of the “omnicron” variant of the Covid-19 pandemic. The “High Risk Countries” include South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe as categorised by the Indian government.

BREAKING: India Has 2 Confirmed Omicron Cases In Karnataka: Health Ministry

NEW DELHI: India has confirmed two cases of Omicron variant of Coronavirus, the health ministry said on Thursday. The two cases have been found in Karnataka. Amid rising cases of Covid-19 cases due to Omicron, India Gandhi Airport on Thursday said four passengers coming from ‘at-risk’ nations including three from Paris and one from London

The Scare Is Real: DGCA Puts International Flights On Further Hold

NEW DELHI: Government of India has decided not to open Indian skies for the resumption of international flights from December 15,2021, citing “evolving global scenario” in the wake of the emergence of the new Covid variant identified as ‘Omicron’. Indian Civil Aviation regulator, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Wednesday made an announcement to

Amid Omicron Scare, Chandigarh Man Tests Positive After Return From South Africa

CHANDIGARH: A 39-year-old man, who had recently returned from South Africa on November 21, tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday, and to ascertain if the man is positive for the new Omicron variant, his samples were sent for genome sequencing, shared the UT health officials. Meanwhile, amid concerns over the new variant, the UT administration