Earlier on Sunday, the Hong Kong government announced the postponement of all flights of Extension Airlines between Mumbai to Hong Kong until May 2.
The Hong Kong government’s decision came this month after 50 passengers from two flights of Vista Airlines were found to be infected with the Corona virus. Under Hong Kong rules, it is mandatory for all passengers to show the Kovid-19 negative report by conducting RT-PCR test for a maximum of 72 hours before going there.
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Flights were postponed even before thisEarlier on Sunday, the Hong Kong government announced the postponement of all Vistara Airlines flights between Mumbai and Hong Kong till May 2. This decision was taken after the three people who arrived from the expansion’s Mumbai-Hong Kong flight were found infected with the Corona virus on Sunday.
Matters are increasing continuously
In Hong Kong, 30 new cases were reported on Sunday. There were 29 such cases which came from outside countries. This is the highest number of cases in a day after March. So far, 11 thousand 6 hundred new cases of corona have been reported in Hong Kong. So far 209 people have died here. So far only 9 percent of people in Hong Kong have been vaccinated by Corona.