COVID-19: West Bengal says no to incoming flight from 8 hotspot cities; details here

Coronavirus in India: Travellers planning to book a flight to West Bengal, take note! In order to avoid the spread of coronavirus in the state, the West Bengal government on Tuesday asked the Union Aviation Ministry to not schedule any flight from eight hotspots to the state for two weeks beginning July 6, according to a report by IE. The development came after the state recorded the highest number of daily cases for the fourth time in five days, jumping by 652 cases to stand at 18,559. Chief Secretary Rajiva Sinha wrote to the ministry stating that a high number of coronavirus cases were being reported in Delhi, Pune, Mumbai, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Surat and Indore.

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