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Visas and flight diversions

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Another post made me think of this.

If a flight is diverted to a country X where some passengers need visas, how are they processed? These passengers didn't expect to be in X, so they don't have visas for X.

If a passenger has a medical emergency mid-flight and the flight diverts to X, can he/she still receive treatment in X if he/she doesn't have a visa for X?

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