Flyers have been tweeting in regards to the elaborate steps taken by the Delhi airport authorities to deal with the scenario within the nation.
- Last Updated: March 13, 2020, 12:32 PM IST
- Edited by: Anirudh SK
In gentle of the widespread pandemic of Covid-19 that has put a majority of countries world wide in excessive alert, the Delhi Airport appears to be doing a laudable job in screening the flyers travelling from different components of the nation and world. Flyers have been tweeting in regards to the elaborate steps by the Delhi airport authorities in tackling the scenario within the nation. A latest tweet by Varun Shoor praising the steps taken on the Delhi airport was questioned by one other person searching for verification for a similar, to which, Samir Saran, CEO of ORF replied that it was true.
Just returned from London. The distinction in strategy in the direction of Covid can’t be extra alarming.
London Airport: No masks, individuals coughing round, no screening
Delhi Airport: Purell dispensers littered round airport, majority sporting masks, necessary well being screening
— Varun Shoor (@varunshoor) March 10, 2020
The international outbreak of Covid-19 has disrupted economies of main international locations world wide with manufacturing giants halting their manufacturing traces, faculties and workplaces being shut for a chronic time and extra. On a associated be aware, Indian state-owned service Air India has introduced that it will quickly droop its flights to Kuwait until April 30 and curtail companies to varied different international locations, together with Spain, France and Sri Lanka.
This is true. I landed at Delhi Airport final evening, which was remarkably properly ready and a pointy aid from Dubai and JFK the place i used to be arriving from… @HardeepSPuri @DrSJaishankar @drharshvardhan @PMOIndia #COVID19 https://t.co/RPDWZGjUZ3
This came after the Government’s announcement to suspend all visas, except a few categories such as diplomatic and employment, from March 13 to April 15. Similarly, of the seven flights per week between Delhi and Paris now, the carrier has cancelled four services between March 16 and March 30. The other three flights will remain operational up to April 30.
The air services to Frankfurt from New Delhi have also been scaled down to three per week from seven now between March 16 and April 30 while the Mumbai-Frankfurt services have been restricted to twice a week from March 18 to April 30 from four flights now.