The UAE embassy advise citizens not to travel to India

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The UAE embassy advise citizens not to travel to India

The UAE embassy calls on citizens not to travel to India

The UAE embassy in New Delhi called on citizens of the country not to travel to India at the present time, in implementation of the directives issued by the Indian government, which stated that all foreigners who hold Indian visas of all kinds will be prevented from entering India until further notice as a precautionary measure taken by the government to limit the spread Corona emerging virus.





The embassy, ​​through its account on Twitter, called on the citizens of the state who are in the Republic of India to register for the presence service, calling for the necessity of contacting her on the number 00918181911111.

Last Wednesday, the Indian government announced the suspension of the issuance of tourist visas until April 15th, and the imposition of quarantine on arrivals from seven countries affected by the emerging coronavirus.

The Indian government said, in a statement, that the suspension of the issuance of tourist visas will take effect on March 13 at 12:00 GMT, as reported by Reuters.

It indicated that the holders of diplomatic visas and visas granted to international organizations, to work and to entrepreneurs will be excluded from this decision.



Also added that "all travelers coming from, or who visited after February 15, China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, France, Spain or Germany, will be quarantined upon their arrival for at least 14 days," and that the decision includes all nationalities, including Indians. .

The statement indicated that the government "strongly recommends" citizens to avoid traveling to any outside destination now.

The number of newly infected persons with coronavirus in India has doubled in the past four days, to 60.

Sources:

Khaleej Times

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