As the condition of India with respect to COVID- 19 cases has become a lot better, several countries have lifted the ban on international air travel. The German health agency Robert Koch Institute has lifted its ban from five countries which were hit by the Delta strain COVID-19. India, Nepal, Russia, Portugal, and the United Kingdom are among them.

From the coming week, Indians will be allowed to travel to Canada through connecting flights. However, direct flights still remain suspended. The passengers will have to provide a negative COVID-19 report taken from the final point of departure from where they will be travelling to Canada.

Maldives had earlier banned travelers from India due to the declining condition of the country. The island country’s revenue is majorly dependent on tourism and hence the necessary decision had to be taken for steady growth.

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Easing of ban from international travel was introduced by Germany as the Delta variant cases were steadily declining. 

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