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Tourism Ministry launches ‘Stranded in India’ to help foreign tourists

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on March 31, 2020

Amid rising coronavirus fears, foreign tourists walk around Mumbai wearing masks.   -  PAUL NORONHA

The Ministry of Tourism has launched a portal ‘Stranded in India’ to help foreign tourists who are stuck in various parts of the country.

“With an aim to extend support to the foreign tourists who are stranded in India, the Ministry of Tourism has come up with a portal to disseminate information regarding the services that can be availed by foreign tourists who are stuck far away from their home land,” said the official release.

The portal strandedinindia.com consists of information around Covid-19 helpline numbers and call centres that foreign tourists can reach out for help, information around Ministry of External Affairs control centers along with their contact information and information around state-based/regional tourism support infrastructure.

Published on March 31, 2020

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