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In a pandemic-hit world, India won’t rush to reopen doors to international tourists

Kevadia: The government is in no mood to rush to reopen doors to international tourists at a time when Corona is rampant in some parts of the world. Top bureaucrats of the Tourism Ministry articulated this standpoint of the government on the concluding day of the tenth convention of the Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India.

Replying to questions at a media conference in Narmada Tent City in the vicinity of the Statue of Unity, the new Secretary in the Tourism Ministry, Mr Arvind Singh, said, “International tourism – Nobody can give a Yes or No answer because the situation is very fluid. Most of our travelers are from U.S. U.K. Europe and these are parts of the world where the disease is rampant. So, will it be prudent to…

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