China recently announced that they are restarting flight services after a two-year ban due to the covid19 pandemic.
Reports also suggested that China has reduced quarantine time from 21 days to 7 days. This needs to be done at the designated hotels which should then be followed by 3 days of home isolation.
The said policy when introduced led to an increase in flight operations connecting China with other countries.
China has also made substantial adjustments since the COVID-19 pandemic, as consulates and embassies in 125 countries announced policies to streamline the process for those entering the Chinese mainland.
However, there have been no regular routes between India and China since November 2020, and no flights from both countries have been notified yet.
Beijing had announced that it is lifting the two-year ban for Indian professionals and their families working in China however, as the flights are still not restarted travelling to China remains a challenge.
With regard to those Indian professionals and their families who began getting Chinese visas in India to return, they added that they are facing problems as there are no direct flights to China.