Coronavirus latest: India issues new guidelines for international arrivals
the UAE announced 781 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday
All international travellers going to India will have to undergo a compulsory quarantine for two weeks, new guidelines issued by India's Union Ministry for Health and Family Welfare on Sunday said.
All passengers going to the subcontinent must provide an undertaking for the 14 day quarantine before travelling.
Earlier, the UAE announced 781 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, taking the country's total to 29,485. The Ministry of Health and Prevention reported one further death and 561 recoveries.
Global cases reached 5.3 million on Sunday, with 341,549 deaths and 2.1 million recoveries.
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Updated: May 25, 2020 02:16 AM