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India gives green signal to international flights after 2 years

After a two-year break, India will resume international flights on Sunday. According to the administration, a significant step was made in response to expanding worldwide immunization coverage.

Adapting to a world ravaged by the epidemic, the aviation sector – both domestic and foreign – has suffered several setbacks, with new varieties resulting in the reappearance of Covid cases multiple times in the previous two years.

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France, Germany, Italy, China, and South Korea are among the countries hit by new waves this month. India, on the other hand, has seen a reduction in cases since the Omicron-driven third wave in January.

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