The government had limited flight given that March this year due to the pandemic.Highlights India relieved visa, travel constraints imposed amid pandemic Federal government brings back validity of some existing
- visas They can check out India for any function, except on traveler visa
- New Delhi: Overseas Citizen of India(OCI) card holders and foreign nationals can visit India for anyfunction, except on tourist visa, the government stated today as it reduced visa and travel constraints enforced amid the coronavirus pandemic.In a big move to get flight back on track, the government has restored the validity of all existing
visas, nearly 8 months after they were suspended in the wake of the infection crisis and the across the country lockdown.”The government has actually decided to make a graded relaxation in visa and travel limitations for more classifications of foreign nationals
and Indian nationals who wish to get in or leave India,”an order from the Union Home Ministry says.Under this graded relaxation, the government has chosen to bring back with immediate impact all existing visas, except electronic visa, tourist visa and medical visa, the statement said.The approval for Abroad People of India and foreign nationals to enter the country includes authorised air or water routes, consisting of flights run under the Vande Bharat Mission air transportation bubble arrangements or by any non-scheduled industrial flights as enabled by the Ministry of Civil Aviation.All such travelers will, nevertheless need to follow the standards of the Union Health Ministry concerning quarantine and other Covid protocols.The government had restricted flight -inward and outward-since February this year due to
the pandemic.Scheduled global traveler flights have actually been suspended in India since March 23. After nearly 2 months of suspension to combat the coronavirus outbreak
, the federal government resumed set up domestic guest flights on May 25. Nevertheless, it had actually then permitted the airlines to operate maximum 33 percent of their pre-COVID domestic flights. The Civil Aviation Ministry increased the
limitations on June 26 from 33 percent to 45 percent.