The government has suspended till May 7 inter-state movement of passenger buses from neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, which is also witnessing a spike in cases.
Just two more Olympic qualifiers are remaining -- Malaysia Open (May 25-30) and Singapore Open (June 1-6) -- before the June 15 deadline.
The decision was taken during a meeting of Cabinet's national security committee to consider the move to temporarily restrict flights from India.
All passengers arriving from India either directly or via another country will be banned from entering unless they have spent at least 14 days out of India.
A number of countries like the UK, Australia and Singapore have banned travel to and from India due to surge in coronavirus infections.
New Zealand on Thursday temporarily suspended entry for all travellers from India following a surge in COVID-19 cases arriving from there, local media reported.
The ban will commence on Sunday and will remain in place until April 28, New Zealand Herald reported.
The travel restrictions and a ban on inbound passengers from 12 countries will remain effective from March 23 to April 5.
The Biden administration also aims a new bill that would provide 11 million undocumented immigrants with a pathway to citizenship and an eight-year waiting period before they can become permanent residents, according to a report in Politico.
In September 2015, an advisory had been issued for Indian nationals to avoid travelling to Libya in view of the security situation there.
The order does not apply to some US nationals, temporary foreign workers approved by the federal government and other select individuals, including diplomats and flight crews.
Brazil, now Latin America's hardest-hit country, is second, with more than 347,000 cases and more than 22,000 deaths.
"The WHO helped the Chinese Communist Party hide the threat of COVID-19 from the world and now more than 10,000 Americans are dead."
"Sir please if you can look into this matter because like me many of my Indian friends who came to UK for studies are stuck."
Michel, who coordinates action by the leaders of the EU's 27 member states, followed an overnight decision by Trump to suspend travel from Europe.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Thursday the ban would be extended for at least another week, drawing the ire of China, which branded the move an "overreaction".
The court ruling handed a major victory to Trump in a tortuous legal battle over the Republican leader's efforts to restrict immigration.
Singapore last week asked the sanctions committee to grant an exemption to the North Korean delegation attending the June 12 summit and taking part in preparatory meetings
The court gave no reason for its decision, but said it expected lower court review of the executive orders to proceed quickly.