Coronavirus: No International Flights In India From March 22 For A Week
No international flights will be allowed to land in India from March 22 for a week, the government has announced amid escalating measures to fight coronavirus.
The government has advised citizens above 65 to stay at home unless they are public representatives or doctors or government employees.
It has also said children below 10 should stay at home.
Railways and airlines have been asked to suspend all concessional travel except for students, patients and specially abled.
States have been asked to enforce work from home.
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