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Given that domestic flight operations may resume soon, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Friday said it was mandatory for all passengers to follow certain directives, which includes registration on the Aarogya Setu App.  “With the possibility of resumption of domestic flights soon, AAI has released some steps that must be followed so passengers are fully geared up while travelling. Wear a mask, carry a hand sanitiser, keep docs handy & register on Aarogya Setu App,” it tweeted.  The passengers will have to wear a mask and other protective gear, maintain four-feet physical distance from co-passengers, do web check-in. carry a printout of boarding cards, wash/sanitise hands frequently and cooperate with airport staff, said the AAI.
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Given that domestic flight operations may resume soon, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Friday said it was mandatory for all passengers to follow certain directives, which includes registration on the Aarogya Setu App. “With the possibility of resumption of domestic flights soon, AAI has released some steps that must be followed so passengers are fully geared up while travelling. Wear a mask, carry a hand sanitiser, keep docs handy & register on Aarogya Setu App,” it tweeted. The passengers will have to wear a mask and other protective gear, maintain four-feet physical distance from co-passengers, do web check-in. carry a printout of boarding cards, wash/sanitise hands frequently and cooperate with airport staff, said the AAI. 

As hundreds of migrants continue to travel a long distance during the  coronavirus crisis, Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Saturday appealed to State governments to immediately lift food grains and pulses from the godowns and distribute them for free within a fortnight to eight crore migrants who neither have Centre nor State ration card.

In the national capital, about 7.27 lakh migrants will get free 5kg food grains per person and 1kg chana per family for May and June.

“If the number of migrants exceeds the current estimation of eight crore, the Centre is ready to provide additional grains for free supply but the identified person should be genuine which State governments have to validate,” Mr. Paswan told the media via video conference in New Delhi.

The allocation has been made considering 10% of the existing 81 crore beneficiaries under the NFSA ( National Food Security Act).

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