International Flights Back On Hold To Handle Omicron
The Morning Standard|December 02, 2021
Decision taken after PM’s instruction to review plans following emergence of new variant; health ministry says Maharashtra guidelines not in line with Centre’s
Kumar Vikram

DAYS after announcing resumption of international commercial flights from December 15, the Centre on Wednesday indefinitely put it off in the wake of concerns over the spread of the newly detected Omicron strain of Covid globally.

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