Flight services from hotspot states to Kolkata will resume from September: Mamata Banerjee | India News

KOLKATA: West Bengal leader minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday introduced a chain of relaxations through permitting to renew flights operations from six Covid hotspot states, however prolonged the closure of tutorial institutes until September 20.
Pronouncing whole lockdown throughout West Bengal on September 7, 11 and 12, Banerjee stated Metro Railway can resume products and services through staring at social distancing and different precautionary norms.
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“We have now won a number of requests to renew flight operations from six Covid hotspot states. So from September 1, flight products and services from those six states can resume three times per week,” she stated after a Cupboard assembly.
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To battle the unfold of coronavirus, the state govt had imposed a ban until August 31 on passenger flights to Kolkata from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Nagpur and Ahmedabad.
“Faculties, faculties and different instructional institutes would stay closed within the state until September 20. The opposite current restrictions can be in position. There can be whole lockdown within the state on September 7, 11 and 12,” she stated.
Banerjee additionally demanded that the Centre distribute cash from PM CARES fund to states to take on the Covid-19 pandemic.