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India-Qatar Flights: New rules for those going from India to Qatar, Air India will run non-stop flights

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India-Qatar Flights: Those going from India to Qatar will have to stay in hotel quarantine for two days. New rules have been issued by the Ministry of Health for Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Philippines and Sri Lanka including India.

Highlights

  • Qatar issued new rules for international travelers
  • On coming to Qatar, you will have to stay in hotel quarantine for two days
  • Rules will apply to six countries including India, Pakistan

Doha
The Health Ministry of Qatar has issued new rules regarding the corona virus for travelers coming from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka. According to the new rules, travelers who have got the corona vaccine or have recovered from the corona virus in Qatar, who have traveled to these countries, will have to stay in hotel quarantine for two days. The quarantine will be terminated after the negative PCR test result comes on the second day.

May have to stay in hotel quarantine for 10 days
Under the new rules, all travelers coming from these countries may have to stay in hotel quarantine for even 10 days. The ministry has also updated the list of countries included in the Green, Yellow and Red lists. At the same time, Air India has announced additional international flights to various countries after the relaxation of air travel restrictions. Air India said that direct flights will be operated from India to countries like Qatar and Maldives.

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Air India started flights
The company has announced that there are non-stop flights between Qatar and India from 1 August to 29 October 2021. According to Air India, two additional flights will be operated a week between Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kochi and Doha in Qatar. Air India will operate Doha-Kochi flights on Tuesday and Thursday and Kochi-Doha flight will operate on Wednesday and Friday.

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