More than seven lakh new cases of covid in 24 hours in the world, Indian variants spread in 17 countries of Europe
International Desk: Corona continues to wreak havoc all over the world. According to data from the World Health Organization, more than seven million new infections have been reported in the world in the last 24 hours and more than 11 thousand people have died. New restrictions are being imposed in neighboring countries including India as Corona infection increases. Indonesia has confirmed to be the first case of corona virus in India. Indonesia's Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin has said that there have been two cases of a highly infectious Kovid-19 variant identified for the first time in India in Indonesia's capital, Jakarta.
The Minister of Health reported that "two new mutations have emerged, one found in two people from India to Jakarta and the other from South Africa in Bali." Another officer has confirmed that two cases were of the B.1.617 variant which was first discovered in India. Indonesia last week stopped issuing visas to foreigners who had been in India for the past 14 days. The World Health Organization (WHO) has included the B-1617 variant found in India in the Variant of Interest as these variants have been found in many countries in Europe. Has been found
On the other hand, Nepal has banned all domestic and international flights. The order will continue till 14 May, starting on Monday night. Here, the second wave of corona infection in India has become quite fatal. The number of patients is increasing every day. According to the Union Health Ministry, three lakh 68 thousand new corona infection cases have been reported in India in the last 24 hours, while 3 thousand 417 patients have died. The total cases of corona infection have gone to 1 crore 99 lakhs, 25 thousand 604.
Pakistan has banned those coming from Iran and Afghanistan. According to the Pak government, people coming from these two countries will not be given entry. Bangladesh has extended the lockdown for two weeks. The lockdown has been going on since April 5. No more than 75 passengers will be able to travel on any aircraft in air travel. Schools have been opened in France after relief from Corona. Ten km People have been allowed to go far. Other relief will be given from 19 May.
In the UK, two and a half million people have been given both vaccine doses in the midst of lockdown. Britain wants to lift all restrictions by 21 June. Portugal has extended the ban on travel from several countries, including India, to 16 May. There is no shortage of new cases of infection in Russia. During the last 24 hours, eight and a half thousand new cases have been found and infection continues to wreak havoc in Iran. More than 18 thousand new patients have come here in a day.