India suspends all tourist visas in effort to halt coronavirus spread
In an effort to monitor the spread of coronavirus, India suspended all tourist visas until April 15. The number of cases had reached 60 in the region.
His government has announced that 14 days will be quarantined for all travelers coming from or having visited seven virus-hit countries. This refers to Indian nationals. These countries are China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, France, Spain and Germany.
Exemptions to this new provision include diplomatic visas, international corporate visas, and job and project visas.
Indians were “strongly advised” against foreign travel which was not necessary. The government also restricted visa-free travel of Indian card holders to Overseas Citizenship.