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Earlier on April 22, Canada had imposed this ban. It has been extended many times till now.
Toronto. Travelers going from India to Canada will have to wait for a few more days. Due to the increasing cases of Coronavirus cases in India, Canada has extended the ban on passenger flights from India till September 21. Earlier on April 22, Canada had imposed this ban. It has been extended many times till now. However, this ban is not going to apply to cargo flights or medical transfers.
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The Federal Transport Ministry gave this information in a statement on Monday. This is the fifth time the ban has been extended. Earlier on July 19 last month, the Canadian government extended the ban until August 21, saying that the ban had been extended in accordance with health advice.
Apart from this, the Canadian government said that if the cases of corona in the country remain low, then it will be opened to any fully vaccinated traveler in its border from 7 September. At the same time, if he has completed a course of approved vaccine at least 14 days before entering Canada, then he will be able to get admission.
corona cases in india
After about five months, the lowest number of corona cases have been reported in India. In the last 24 hours, 28,208 new corona cases were reported and 373 infected people have lost their lives. Earlier on March 15, 24,492 corona cases were found. At the same time, 41,511 people have completely recovered from Corona in the last 24 hours across the country.
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43.15 lakh people lost their lives
So far 204 million people have been corona infected worldwide. Out of this, 18.3 crore people have also been cured. At the same time 43.15 lakh people died due to this disease. At present, 1.65 crore people are being treated. Of this, the condition of 99,243 people is critical.