Britain puts India on ‘red list’ due to corona, ban on entry of passengers
Britain has banned entry of Indian nationals due to the ever increasing corona cases. Britain has put India on the ‘red list’. It will prohibit non-British and Irish nationals from moving from India to the UK.
Britain: Britain has banned entry of Indian citizens due to the ever increasing corona cases in the country. Britain has put India on the ‘red list’. It will prohibit non-British and Irish nationals from moving from India to the UK. It has also made it mandatory for British people who have returned
He said that the pattern was analyzed to find out the alarming consequences of the new form, such as large-scale spread or difficulty in treating and preparing vaccines, etc. “As a precautionary measure after analyzing the data, we took a difficult but urgent decision to put India in the red list,” the Minister told the MPs. This means that if a non-British or Irish has been in India for the last ten years, he cannot be allowed into the UK. ”
Hancock said the new rules are not being taken lightly and will be implemented from Friday. Hours earlier, Britain’s Prime Minister’s Office Downing Street announced the cancellation of prime minister Boris Johnson’s visit next week in the wake of a sharp rise in corona virus cases in the country. Earlier, when asked if India would be put on the red list, Johnson had said that the decision was largely to be taken by the UK health safety agency.
With a record 2,73,810 new cases reported in a day of Covid-19 in India, the total cases of infection crossed Rs 1.50 crore. About 25 lakh new cases have been reported in just 15 days. According to data released by the Union Health Ministry on Monday morning, the number of patients undergoing treatment in the country has also exceeded 19 lakh. According to statistics, there are a total of 1,50,61,919 covid-19 cases in the country and the death toll has increased to 1,78,769 after 1,619 people died within a day. The total number of corona virus cases in the country crossed one crore on December 19.
According to statistics, 107 days later, on April 5, cases crossed 1.25 crore, but it took only 15 days for infection cases to exceed 1.5 crore. Infection cases have increased for the 40th consecutive day. The number of patients undergoing treatment in the country has increased to 19,29,329 which is 12.81 per cent of the total cases of infection while the national rate of recovery of infected people has come down to 86 per cent. According to statistics, the number of people recovering from the disease has increased to 1,29,53,821 and the mortality rate has fallen to 1.19 per cent.