Canada will be required to book a flight via an 'indirect route', according to a revised advisory. The decision is in view of direct flights remaining cancelled between New Delhi and Canada until 21 July.
In addition to this, the North American country also requires passengers to get themselves tested for the virus at a 'third country' since Canada does not accept the Covid-19 molecular test report from India. "The Government of Canada has suspended flights from India until July 21, 2021," the advisory reads. "During that period, passengers who travel to Canada from India via an indirect route will need to obtain a pre-departure negative Covid-19 molecular test result from a third country before continuing their journey to Canada," it