New Delhi. In view of the rapid spread of the new variant Omicron of the corona virus worldwide 15 The decision to start international flights from December may be postponed. Following the instructions given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, an important meeting of the Ministry of Home Affairs was held on Sunday., In which it was considered to review the decision to approve international flights. In this emergency meeting, it was decided to keep a close watch on the situation. Informed sources say that if the cases of the new variant increase, then 20 International flights going to start after more than a month may again come to a halt. international flights be postponed
On Sunday, the Union Home Ministry said in an emergency meeting regarding the new variant that the situation around the world is being closely monitored due to the Omicron variant. Based on this, the decision to start the flight will be reviewed. Significantly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called a meeting on Saturday and asked to review this decision. Meanwhile, Delhi AIIMS chief Dr. Randeep Guleria has described Omicron as a very dangerous variant and said that it can also dodge the effect of the vaccine.
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however, On Sunday, an important meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Union Home Secretary regarding the new variant Omicron of Corona. It said that the date of resumption of international flights will be reviewed. It will depend on how the situation in the world is going to be in the coming days. It was said in the meeting that the government will also review the existing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) regarding testing and surveillance of passengers coming from international flights. A separate SOP will be issued especially for those passengers., Those coming from at-risk countries.