Delhi Air Quality Index Latest Updates, Delhi Pollution Live, New Covid-19 Omicron Variant News Live: Passengers who show up at the air terminal from the nations in danger should pay Rs 1,700 for the test, food and water while they stay at the air terminal and sit tight for the report.
Delhi bureau is wanting to cut VAT on petroleum from 30% to 19.4 percent. Petroleum value currently is somewhere near Rs 8 for every liter in Delhi.
In the midst of worries over the Omicron variation, travelers from ‘in danger’ nations are being tried at the Delhi air terminal. On Wednesday morning, a couple of the flyers grumbled of lines and a significant delay. Suman Sharma, a 63-year-old traveler, said he needed to hang tight for four hours at the air terminal to get her RT PCR report. In another story, a 22-year-old with his dad paid £100 for the RT PCR tests however whined that no food or water was being given. These travelers had arrived from London.
The Indira Gandhi International Airport has made guest plans for 1,200 to 1,400 individuals as they stand by at the air terminal. Under the rules, all travelers coming from ‘in danger’ nations need to necessarily go through RT-PCR tests and five percent of travelers showing up from different nations would likewise need to step through the exam on an arbitrary premise. The travelers should hang tight for the outcomes prior to leaving the air terminal or taking a corresponding flight.
In the mean time, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority has asked the state wellbeing office to ensure there are sufficient clinic beds, drugs, and clinical oxygen in the city to fight a potential spike in Covid cases.