According to a senior government official, Hong Kong has suspended Air India services until April 24 after three passengers on one of its flights tested positive for COVID-19 after arriving on Saturday.
According to instructions released by the Hong Kong government on Sunday, passengers from India can only enter in Hong Kong if they have a COVID-19 negative certificate from a test done 48 hours previous to the voyage.
Furthermore, all overseas passengers are required to undergo a COVID-19 post-flight test at the Hong Kong airport.
The Hong Kong government has suspended Air India flights from New Delhi and Kolkata till April 24, according to the official.
After a two-year break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, regular international flights resumed in India on March 27.
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