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Dubai suspends Air India Express operations after carried COVID-19 positive passenger.

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Dubai Civil Aviation Authority has suspended Air India Express operations to the Dubai airport after the airline allegedly carried a passenger who had tested positive for COVID-19.

The suspension kicks in from September 18 and will be valid till October 2.

The suspension notice says that the airline had carried the passenger on September 4, on flight IX1135, from Jaipur to Dubai. The passenger, whose identity is not revealing, had reportedly had a positive test result, issued on September 2 at a diagnostic center in Jaipur.

Going by the notice, this was the second time that the Dubai authority had detected the airline carrying a passenger who had the infection.

“You are aware of the previous intimation made to you by our letter dated September 2, for boarding a passenger with a COVID-19 positive result, who endangered the other passengers on board and also caused a serious health risk,” the letter to the regional manager of Air India Express said.

It added that boarding a passenger with the infection, for the second time, “is contrary to and is in violation of the laid down procedure…in the Emirate of Dubai, during the corona virus SARS Cov. 2 pandemic.”

In addition to the suspension, the airline has been asked to pay for all the expenditure incurred by authorities for medical services, including quarantine, for passengers.

To resume services, the Air India subsidiary has been asked to submit a “detailed corrective action/procedure implemented to prevent such incidents…” the letter said.

Dubai is among the busiest destinations for passengers from India. As per the air travel bubble that the Indian government had arranged with a few countries, airlines from both the sides could operate scheduled flights.

This is a second such instance of Air India or its subsidiary being suspended for carrying passengers infected with the virus. On August 18, Hong Kong had banned the national airline from operating till August 31.

Separately, Malaysia had barred Indians from entering the country starting September 7, in a bid to curtail imported COVID-19 cases amid a spate of new clusters in the country.

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PM Narendra Modi got the first dose of Corona vaccine at AIIMS, New Dellhi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken the first dose of Coronavirus Vaccine at the AIIMS Hospital in New Delhi. PM Modi gave this information on the social media platform. He tweeted, ‘I took my first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at AIIMS. It is notable how our doctors and scientists have worked to strengthen the global fight against the corona epidemic. I appeal to all those who are eligible to take the vaccine, they must take it. Come, let us together make India COVID-19 free. ‘ PM Modi has installed Bharat Biotech’s ‘Kovaxin’ vaccine. Let me tell you that the vaccine named Kovaxin has been developed by Bharat Biotech in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research and the National Institute of Virology.

Sister P. Niveda, who gave the corona vaccine to PM Modi, said, ‘PM Modi has been given the first dose of COVAXIN of Bharat Biotech. The second dose will be given 28 days later. During the vaccination, PM Modi asked where we are from. After getting vaccinated, he said,  “Is it done already? Didn’t even feel it”.

Puducherry’s sister P. Niveda gave COVAXIN (Bharat Biotech) vaccine to PM Modi. Apart from Sister Niveda, another nurse from Kerala Rosamma Anil is also seen in the picture. AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria was also present on the occasion. PM Modi has given a befitting reply to many oppositions by applying the Corona vaccine. Darius, the leader of several opposition parties, was questioning the Corona vaccine made in India. Many leaders have even said that Prime Minister Modi should get the Corona vaccine first, then we will install it. All such leaders have now been answered by PM Modi. Also, by getting PM Modi’s corona vaccine, people will also have increased faith in the corona vaccine.

As per the vaccination campaign against Coronavirus in India, common people are getting vaccinated from today. The general public will include people over 60 years of age and those with serious illnesses over 45 years of age. Registration on Co-Win 2.0 portal (Co-WIN 2.0) as well as Arogya Setu will start at 9 am today. In such a situation, rapid vaccination will be done in the country

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