Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ravish Kumar eneral and e-visas of Chinese travelers no longer valid.

Coronavirus in China 563 Dead

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar has said that all the existing e-visas of China and general visas issued are no longer valid. The death toll from the coronavirus in China has risen to 563.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar has said that all the existing e-visas of China and general visas issued are no longer valid. The death toll from the coronavirus in China has risen to 563.

The Ministry of External Affairs has issued a new guideline regarding the visit to China. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar has said that all the existing e-visas of China and general visas issued are no longer valid. People from China who need to visit India can contact our Embassy or the nearest Consulate to apply for a visa. This restriction is only for China.

The death toll due to the Coronavirus outbreak in China has reached 563 on Thursday. According to health officials, 73 people died on Wednesday. According to the news agency PTI, this is the highest death toll in a single day. A total of 28,018 cases have been confirmed. On Wednesday, 3,694 new cases were reported. The National Health Commission of the country announced this.

Successfully bring back 640 Indian nationals and 7 Maldives citizens.

Earlier, Ravish Kumar said that we have successfully brought back 640 Indian citizens and 7 Maldives citizens by 2 planes. It was a complex operation and we appreciate the support and convenience provided by the Chinese government during this exercise.

A suspected patient of coronavirus admitted in Amritsar

A suspected patient of coronavirus was admitted to an isolation ward of the hospital in Amritsar on Thursday. This is the first case reported in Amritsar. There are screening of passengers coming from China at major airports in India.

Three suspected cases were reported in Uttar Pradesh

According to the news agency IANS, three more suspected patients of coronavirus have been admitted to government hospitals in Balrampur, Agra, and Gonda districts of Uttar Pradesh. All three have recently returned from China. Director Communicable Disease Dr. Mithilesh Chaturvedi informed about this.

A suspected patient of coronavirus admitted in Amritsar

A suspected patient of coronavirus was admitted to an isolation ward of the hospital in Amritsar on Thursday. This is the first case reported in Amritsar. There are screening of passengers coming from China at major airports in India.

Three suspected cases were reported in Uttar Pradesh

According to the news agency IANS, three more suspected patients of coronavirus have been admitted to government hospitals in Balrampur, Agra, and Gonda districts of Uttar Pradesh. All three have recently returned from China. Director Communicable Disease Dr. Mithilesh Chaturvedi informed about this.

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