Struggle in India from New Corona Strain, increased restrictions on flights coming from Britain till 7 January
In view of increasing cases of new strains of Coronavirus in India, the Central Government has extended the ban on flights to and from the UK till 7 January 2021. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri gave this information by tweeting. He said that it has been decided to increase the temporary suspension of all types of flights coming to and from Britain to India. Explain that earlier, the government had banned flights till 31 December 2020.
20 people infected in India due to new strain
Corona virus started in Britain (Britain)Coronavirus) So far 20 people have been infected in India by the new strain. The Health Ministry said that all these people had returned from Britain. On Tuesday, 6 new strain patients were found in India, whose number has increased to 20.
Later decision on resumption of flights: Hardeep Singh Puri
Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri tweeted, ‘It has been decided to extend temporary suspension of flights to and from the UK by 7 January 2021. After this, there will be strict resumption of flights, details for which will be announced soon.
Decision has been taken to extend the temporary suspension of flights to & from the UK till 7 January 2021.
Thereafter strictly regulated resumption will take place for which details will be announced shortly.
– Hardeep Singh Puri (@HardeepSPuri) December 30, 2020
More than 100 people from Britain infected corona
According to the report, between November 25 and December 23, around 33,000 passengers from Britain came to India, of which more than 100 people have been found corona infected. However, the Indian government stopped air service from Britain as a precaution from 23 December.
Which countries have found a new strain so far?
Let us know that the first strain of Coronavirus was confirmed in Britain, after which it has spread to many countries including India. The new strain has been found so far in the UK, India, USA, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Japan, Lebanon, Singapore and Nigeria. Apart from this, a new strain of Corona has been found in South Africa, which is different from the new strain found in Britain.