Adhering to the norms of wearing PPE’s many Indian citizens have been brought back to India through the Vande Bharat Mission Phase 1

Guwahati: Through the Vande Bharat Mission, the central government plans to bring back Indians who are stranded abroad owing to the lockdown and ban on international travel. The second phase of the mission is all set to launch from May 16-22. This time, it plans to bring back Indians in 149 flights, including feeder flights from 31 countries.

Regular temperature checks are done in every airport 

One can register via the websites provided by their respective embassies. Non-resident Indians can also return home. Indians stranded in various places will have to pay for their journey. Do keep an eye on the official Twitter handle of Air India for regular updates.

Also Read: Indians to come back on 149 flights: Vande Bharat Mission phase 2

One can apply for phase 2 via going through their respective embassy portals

How do we apply for Vande Bharat Mission?

First one needs to go to their respective embassy website and fill up a form on the website itself. They will ask for details including some documents as well. After one fills up the form he or she needs to take a print out of it as they are now registered. Then for booking click the Air India link here.

Also, travel advisory for the repatriation flights can be found here

Also, here are some Standard Operating Protocols that need to be followed for the movement.

Standard Operating Protocols for the repatriation flights
Standard Operating Protocols for the repatriation flights
Standard Operating Protocols for the repatriation flights

Links to some of the countries for the Vande Bharat Mission are given below

USA, UK, Maldives, Bangladesh, Qatar, Singapore, UAE (Dubai). Saudi Arabia, UAE (Abu Dhabi)

The repatriation flights plan to rescue Indian nationals stranded in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, UK, UAE, USA Malaysia, Philippines, Bahrain, Armenia, Thailand, Italy, Nepal, Belarus, Nigeria, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Kazakhstan, Australia, Ukraine, Indonesia, Russia, France, Singapore, Ireland, Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait, Japan, Georgia, Germany, and Tajikistan.

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