As the surge of novel coronavirus do not takes the break in India, many countries have ban the passenger flights from India. Now Germany and Bangladesh also announced the cancellation of all passenger flight operations from India with immediate effect.

Germany

Health Minister of Germany Jens Spahn announced that starting from Monday (27th April) Germany will restrict all travelers arriving from India, only German citizens will be allowed to enter the country.

"Transit via Germany to any Schengen destination is only permitted for German nationals and holders of a German resident permit. Transit to any non-Schengen destination is permitted for all nationalities. Holders of German short and long-term visas are not allowed to enter Germany. Students on a new German student visa and not holding a resident permit of Germany are not allowed to enter Germany… Members of a foreign diplomatic mission or Consular office and their accompanying close family members whose appointment and arrival into Germany has been notified to the German Federal Foreign Office are allowed to enter Germany" this is as per the rules for travel from India to Germany.

All travellers must have a negative RT-PCR test result at the time of departure. The sample given for proof of negative Covid-19 test must not be older than 48 hours from the planned arrival into Germany. "All passengers are required to register under the following link https://www.einreiseanmeldung.de/,"

Bangladesh

Bangladesh on Sunday has ban the entry of people from India through the land route for two weeks starting from 26 April. As the cases in India is increased with a blast.

International flights including flights between India and Bangladesh are already cancelled since April 14.

Dr. A K Abdul Momen, the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh told to media that the passenger travel is being suspended for the time being but trade will continue. Means the passenger flights are suspended but the cargo flights will remain work as previous capacity.

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