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Covid-19C Under Public Health Law

Dr. Arpana Bansal.

Abstract
India has been issuing travel advisories from January 17, 2020, with increasingly more stringent travel
restrictions as the virus grew more virulent and global. On March 11, 2020, the government of India imposed visa
and other travel restrictions that are enumerated in a consolidated advisory published by the Ministry of Home
Affairs’ Bureau of Immigration (the bureau also has an document on the new restrictions). The advisory suspends
most visas of those who have not entered into India, including all tourist visas, and went into effect on March 13,
2020. It does not apply to visas issued to official passport holders, such as diplomats, members of the UN or other
international organizations, those on “[e]mployment, project visas and those who are operating aircrew of
scheduled commercial airlines.”Under the new advisory, travel to India for Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI)
card holders is also suspended until April 15, 2020. This does not apply to OCI card holders who are already in
India presently. Any foreign national (including OCI cardholder) who “intends to travel to India for compelling
reasons may contact the nearest Indian Mission for a fresh visa.”

Key words: India, Wuhan, China, COVID-19, HIV, Malaria and TB


 
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