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Corona: No entry from India to New Zealand

The deadly coronavirus has taken a terrible form in India. This has led to an extreme deterioration of the infection situation. The world’s second most populous country is plagued by rampant infection. India still tops the world in daily infections. Yesterday, Wednesday (April 6), for the first time, the number of infections identified exceeded 1 lakh 25 thousand.

The second wave of corona has affected New Zealand, one of the most successful countries in corona resistance last year. A new type of coronavirus was found in the bodies of 23 people at the New Zealand border on Thursday. Of those 23, 18 are Indian nationals. The government of Jacinda Ardern then banned all travelers from India from entering New Zealand.

The New Zealand government has said no one from India will be able to enter New Zealand in the next two weeks. Not even the citizens of their own country. At a press conference, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that the entry of tourists from India into New Zealand has been suspended for the time being. The ban will remain in effect from April 11 to 26. In general, we are looking at how to handle passengers from high-risk areas. This is not a specific country-based review.
The deadly coronavirus has taken a terrible form in India. This has led to an extreme deterioration of the infection situation. The world’s second most populous country is plagued by rampant infection.

India still tops the world in daily infections. On Wednesday, for the first time, the number of infections detected exceeded 1 lakh 25 thousand.

74 people have died in the last 24 hours. The number of active infections is more than 9 lakh. The worst situation is in Maharashtra. A record 70,000 new infections have been detected in the state.
On Wednesday alone, more than 10,000 patients were diagnosed in Mumbai. Chhattisgarh is the first state after Maharashtra to detect more than 10,000 infections in 24 hours. The virus was found in 4,000 people in Madhya Pradesh and more than 3,500 in Gujarat. Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh have tightened their grip as the situation worsens. Night curfew has been imposed in Kanpur and Varanasi.

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