No international flight can land in India from March 22 for a week

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No scheduled international commercial passenger aircraft should be allowed to land in India from March 22, for a period of one week, a statement from the Press Information Bureau said.

All state governments should issue appropriate directions so that all citizens above 65 (other than for medical assistance) remain at home. Exemptions will be made for public representatives, government servants and medical professionals.

Similarly all children below 10 should be advised to stay at home and not venture out.

Railways and civil aviation will suspend all concessional travel except students and patients.

States are being requested to enforce work from home for private sector employees except those working in emergency and essential services.