“To re-open borders without quarantine and restart aviation governments need to be confident that they are effectively mitigating the risk of importing COVID-19. This means having accurate information on passengers’ COVID-19 health status,” states IATA on its website.
"These moves in glaring violation of market principles and WTO rules severely harm the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies. China firmly rejects them,” said Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian in a presser.
India has once again targeted China with web restrictions and has banned 43 applications, including Alibaba Group's application AliExpress, which is being termed as a reaction to the ongoing tension on the Himalayan border.
According to details, the new feature introduced by one of the world's most popular video-sharing app has given parents the ability to not only change the app's search and settings, but no stranger will be able to see the posts of their children without their permission.
The platform has introduced new features with the addition of various billers such as government payments, educational institutes’ fee payments, and credit card payments to facilitate bill payments process.