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DGCA suspends international commercial flights till April 30

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As the COVID-19 situation in India worsens, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Tuesday announced the suspension of international commercial flights till April 30. Since hitting a low in early-February, coronavirus infections have started rising in India once again, crossing 40,000 single-day cases. The latest suspension comes amid news of the virus mutating and different strains being more infectious.