Oman to end lockdown of Muscat governorate on May 29
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 Oman will on Friday end a lockdown of its Muscat governorate - which includes the capital - that has been in place since April 10 as the sultanate eases its coronavirus containment measures, the state news agency reported on Wednesday.
The Duke of Sussex launches a 248-mile (400km) walk across Oman, which aims to show the courage and determination of veterans who are overcoming mental and physical injury.Harry says he is proud to support military charity’s Walking With The Wounded expedition which starts on November 20.
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Three flights carrying Indian passengers will take off from Oman to India on May 30. The special flight will carry Indian passengers for Jaipur, Ahmadabad, and Trivandrum. "We are thankful to Indian government and Indian embassy. We are going Trivandrum through Air India flight," a passenger said. "Because of health issue we are going to India. Indian embassy helped a lot. Thanks a lot," another passenger said. The stranded Indian nationals across globe are being brought back to their home country under Centre's Vande Bharat Mission.
A special flight from Oman's Muscat arrived in Gaya via Delhi. Total 132 passengers return back to home under Vande Bharat Mission. Proper precautionary measures were taken at the airport due to coronavirus pandemic. The stranded Indian nationals across globe are being brought back to their home country under Centre's Vande Bharat Mission.
166 Indian nationals arrived from Oman's Muscat to Hyderabad under Vande Bharat mission. All passengers were facilitated with safety protocols due to coronavirus. State government had quarantined all of the arrived passengers as well. The stranded Indian nationals across globe are being brought back to their home country under Centre's Vande Bharat Mission.
Under India's Vande Bharat Mission to bring back stranded Indians, several stranded passengers departed from Oman to return home on May 17. Flight IX 554 departed for Trivandrum with total 183 Indians and 1 mortal remains. Passengers include urgent medical cases, workers, stranded visitors and people having family emergencies. Anjali, an 8-months pregnant woman who is returning from Muscat said, "I would like to thank the government of India for extending help to us at this time".