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106 passengers from India leave for London during lockdown
106 passengers from India leave for London during lockdown

Panaji: A lockdown has been declared till May 3 across the country to prevent the global pandemic Coronavirus infection. Meanwhile, there are restrictions on trains, buses and metro as well as international flights, due to which many foreign nationals are stranded in India. 106 foreign nationals stranded in Goa during the lock-down have been flown to London.

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The movement of aircraft during lockdown has also been kept off. After which 106 foreign nationals stranded in Goa have been flown to London via special aircraft. However these people were screened at Goa International Airport before departure and after getting clearance they have left for London.

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On the other hand, England is also trying to evacuate its people from India. This week, many of his charter flights will fly to Amritsar, New Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and Kolkata to take back their citizens. Even before this, hundreds of people of United Kingdom have returned from India to their country.

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