Under this stage, the Ministry of Civil Aviation is organizing with the Ministry of External Affairs and state Governments for bringing Indian residents dwelling in about 31 nations around the globe for which 149 flights will be sent.
The second period of the Vande Bharat Mission — one of India’s biggest repatriation exercise to bring back Indians abandoned in different nations because of the Covid-19 emergency — will see the Center working 149 departures from May 16 to May 22.
Under this stage, the Ministry of Civil Aviation is organizing with the Ministry of External Affairs and state governments to bring back Indian residents from almost 31 nations in 149 flights.
In the primary stage, Air India and Air India Express are working 64 trips between May 7 and May 14 to get around 15,000 Indians who are abandoned in 12 nations.
In the subsequent stage, flights will be sent to nations, for example, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Thailand, Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Canada, Australia, Nepal and others just because.
The most number of flights (13) will be worked among India and United States in the subsequent stage, trailed by UAE (11), Canada (10), Saudi Arabia (9) and UK (9).
The rules gave by the Home Ministry for the primary stage is probably going to be material for the second stage as well. The MHA had expressed that the abandoned Indians who might be brought back by extraordinary departures from abroad would need to download “Aarogya Setu” versatile application and follow all the official wellbeing rules.
The announcement further said that the travelers will be therapeutically screened before taking the flight. Just asymptomatic travelers will be permitted to travel. During the excursion, all travelers should follow conventions gave by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Civil Aviation. The travelers will likewise need to sign an endeavor to go into a 14-day isolate on appearance in India.
India has so far repatriated upwards of 6,037 countries in 31 trips under the main period of Vande Bharat Mission since May 7.
“Air India alongside its auxiliary Air India Express are working an aggregate of 64 flights (42 via Air India and 24 by AI Express) to 12 nations viz. USA, UK Bangladesh, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Philippines, UAE and Malaysia to repatriate 14,800 Indians back in the principal stage,” the Ministry of Civil Aviation said in a public statement on Tuesday.
Three Navy ships were additionally sent to Male as a major aspect of the Samudra Setu mission.