Coronavirus breakout rise the changes in travel plans from Canada

(Last Updated On: March 5, 2020)

The spread of the coronavirus has made a swift in the life of international travelers. In addition to China, countries like Iran, Italy, and South Korea are affected by a novel coronavirus.

You really need to re-schedule/ change your plans rather than canceling if you are thinking about visiting one of these countries.

Major airlines have suspended the routes to these countries but you can travel to other Asian countries that are not affected.

The coronavirus has crossed borders, with cases confirmed in 25 more countries including the US, Canada, UK, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, India, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, and Thailand. Flights to South Korea and Singapore are also cut down. 

Moreover, the cases of coronavirus in Canada are increasing day by day.

These are:

  • Ontario with 18 cases
  • British Columbia 8 cases
  • Quebec 1 case

So, a passenger traveling from nearby airports of Canada must make changes to their plan or ensure safe travel with precautions.

For the safety purpose in Canadian airports like Toronto international airport, Montreal international airport, and Vancouver international airport the passengers will have to undergo a screening process to check for the possibility of having contracted the infection.

Further in Indian airports of Chennai, Hyderabad, Vishakapatnam, Kochi, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Cochin, Delhi, Mumbai, Amritsar, and Kolkata you have to undergo the thermal screening process.

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