In excellent news for worldwide travellers, the Netherlands on Tuesday (June 1) lifted the ban on passenger flights from India. The ban was imposed on April 26 amid the rising COVID-19 circumstances in India.
“As per the Dutch Government ban on passenger flights from India that had come into power on April 26, 2021, has been lifted w.e.f 01 June 2021,” the India embassy right here tweeted.
However, there’s nonetheless a European Union ban on non-EU vacationers from nations the place the coronavirus state of affairs is taken into account very excessive danger.
The Netherlands had on April 26 determined to droop India flights as “the epidemiological state of affairs on the bottom (in India) could be very severe… “The Netherlands Embassy in India tweeted in April 2021 that the “ban on passenger flights from India has been prolonged till June 1, 2021.”
Meanwhile, India registered the bottom COVID-19 circumstances for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday with 1,27,510 new circumstances and a couple of,795 deaths within the final 24 hours. This is the bottom day by day surge of infections up to now 54 days, the Health Ministry knowledge on Tuesday confirmed.
With the recent circumstances, India’s COVID-19 circumstances tally now stands at 2,81,75,044, whereas the dying depend stands at 3,31,895 with 2,795 new fatalities, the info up to date at 8 am confirmed. The restoration fee is 92.09%, the info said.
The lively caseload has additionally declined by 1,30,572 within the final 24 hours to face at 18,95,520. A complete of two,55,287 individuals recovered from the coronavirus and have been discharged throughout the identical time span. With this, the overall recoveries rose to 2,59,47,629.
(With ANI inputs)