India cancels visas to 4 countries due to severe Coronavirus infection

The number of coronavirus infection patients worldwide has reached 3000. The virus is more common in non-Chinese countries such as Iran, South Korea and Italy. Six people were diagnosed with coronary artery disease in India and are being treated in an isolation camp.

In this situation, the central government has canceled visas issued to people in Italy, Iran, South Korea and Japan, who are at high risk of coronavirus. Similarly, visa cancellation for Chinese will continue in force.

Moreover, such restrictions are exempted from the arrival of Indian diplomats, UN and other international organizations, as well as OCI cardholders and flight attendants from Italy, Iran, South Korea and Japan. However, they have been informed that a medical examination is mandatory.