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Amid fear of the new Covid-19 variant Omicron, which was first detected in South Africa, four international passengers — three from Amsterdam and one from London — who arrived at Delhi’s IGI Airport early Wednesday, tested positive for Covid-19 and have been sent to hospitals for quarantine and treatment. Around five or six passengers showed Covid-like symptoms during the rapid PCR and RT-PCR test and were sent to Lok Nayak hospital.

Airport officials said that more than 1,700 passengers were screened at the Terminal 3 of the airport on Wednesday. As new guidelines came into effect Wednesday, passengers at the Indira Gandhi International Airport complained of long lines, crowded lounges, unclear instructions and costly Covid tests.

Meanwhile, after the Delhi cabinet’s decision to slash VAT from 30% to 19.4%, the price of petrol in Delhi has been reduced by Rs 8. Petrol will now cost Rs 95.97. Before the reduction, the cost was Rs 103.97.

Source - Indian Express


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