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Britain puts India in the ‘Red List’, there will be a ban on the arrival of passengers

Health Minister Matt Hancock said that after analyzing the data, as a precaution, we took a difficult but necessary decision to put India on the red list.

The visit of Prime Minister Boris Johnson to be held next week has also been canceled in view of the sharp rise in the cases of Corona virus in India.

London: Things are getting worse due to the second wave of deadly corona virus in India. Every day new cases of Corona are reaching record levels. Meanwhile, Britain has put India in the ‘Red List’ of those countries, under which non-UK and Irish citizens from India will be banned from the UK. Also, it has been made mandatory for Britons returning from abroad to stay in a quarantine for 10 days in a hotel.

There were 103 cases of victimization of Indian nature in Britain.

Health Minister Matt Hancock confirmed this in the ‘House of Commons’. He said that there have been 103 cases of suffering from the so-called Indian form of Corona virus in Britain. Most of these cases are related to the travelers returning from abroad. He said that the format was analyzed so that it could be found that the new form did not have worrying results such as its spread on a large scale or difficulty in treating and preparing vaccines etc.

The minister told the MPs, ‘After analyzing the data, as a precaution, we took a difficult but necessary decision to put India on the red list. This means that if a non-British or Irish has lived in India for the past ten years, they cannot be allowed entry to Britain. ” Hancock said that the new rules are not being taken lightly and will be implemented from Friday. .

Boris Johnson’s India tour canceled

Hours earlier, Britain’s Prime Minister’s Office Downing Street had announced the cancellation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s visit next week in view of the sharp rise in Corona virus cases in the country. Earlier, when Johnson was asked if India would be put on the red list, he said that the decision on this was to be taken by the UK’s Health Protection Agency to a large extent.

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