New Delhi: Amid rising Coronavirus cases in Kolkata, authorities set up 18 containment zones in the city over the last three days. Bengal reported 743 COVID cases on Saturday in a highest single-day spike, of which, Kolkata registered 242 cases alone. The total COVID cases in Kolkata now stand at 6,864.Also Read - SL vs IND 2021: Second T20I Postponed After Krunal Pandya Tests Positive For Covid-19

Most of these contained zones are located in South Kolkata. Here’s the list: Also Read - Mumbai Local Train Latest Update: Restrictions Likely to be Lifted For Fully Vaccinated Passengers Soon, Say Reports | Key Points

Soth Kolkata
Four in Bhowanipore
Two each in Alipore and Tollygunge
One in Panditiya Road, Mukundapur, Gariahat and Lake Road Also Read - Delta Variant of COVID 'Fittest And Fastest', Infecting Fully-Vaccinated People: Experts

North Kolkata
Four in Ultadanga-Kankurgachi
Two in Bagbazar

Meanwhile, Airport Authority of India-run Kolkata Airport on Saturday said that no flights shall operate to Kolkata from six domestic destinations for nearly a fortnight, as of now, from July 6. Accordingly, flight services to the West Bengal capital from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai, and Ahmedabad will be suspended from July 6 to 19.

In a tweet, Kolkata Airport had said: “It is informed that no flights shall operate to Kolkata from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai & Ahmedabad from June 6 to 19 or till further orders, whichever is earlier. Inconvenience caused is regretted.”