Global response to surge in Covid cases in China
Several countries have expressed concern over China’s lack of information about the new wave of Covid and its variants. China, however, rejected this criticism regarding the number of Covid cases
And it seems quite right to reject the talk about it
Since Beijing relaxed its ‘zero-tolerance’ policy on how to contain the virus, the number of cases of Covid-19 in China has been increasing rapidly again, with countries around the world following China. Many restrictions have been imposed on passengers coming from
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Let’s see which countries have implemented new regulations for travelers from China:
The United States has said that passengers coming from China will have to be tested for Covid-19 from January 5. All passengers aged two years or older traveling by air from China, Hong Kong or Macau will need a negative Covid test result two days prior to departure. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also said that Americans should reconsider their proposed travel to China, Hong Kong and Macau.
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The Indian Health Minister has said that India has made a negative Covid-19 test report mandatory for passengers coming from China, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Thailand. If the passengers coming from these countries are found to have symptoms of Covid-19 or their test is positive, they will be kept in quarantine.
A negative Covid test report will be required in Japan for travelers arriving from China. Those who test positive will have to stay in quarantine for seven days. These new regulations will come into effect from midnight on December 30. The government has also decided to limit requests for increased flights to China.
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The Hong Kong government has asked Japan to withdraw a ban that would have allowed travelers from Hong Kong to Japan to disembark at only four designated airports. Hong Kong says about 60,000 passengers will be affected by Japan’s decision.
Italy has ordered a Covid-19 antigen swab and virus sequencing for all travelers arriving from China. Malpensa, Milan’s main airport, has already started screening passengers arriving from Beijing and Shanghai. Minister of Health, Owazio Shalasi, while announcing the mandatory screening for passengers, said,
“This measure is necessary to monitor and detect potential strains of the virus to protect the Italian population
Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center has said that all passengers arriving on the two islands by boat, except for direct flights from China, will be required to undergo a PCR test upon arrival. Those who test positive will have to stay at home. This regulation will come into effect from January 1.
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According to British media reports, the UK will consider imposing Covid-19 restrictions on arrivals from China, including coronavirus testing. Officials from the Department for Transport, the Home Office and the Ministry of Health and Social Care will decide on Thursday whether the UK should follow the US and Italy in imposing Covid restrictions on travelers from China, the report said.
Australia has said it is not changing its rules on allowing travelers from China to enter. Prime Minister Anthony Albany said, “There is no change in travel regulations at this time, but we are monitoring the situation regarding the impact of Covid.” Australia is watching in China and around the world.”
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Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista said the Southeast Asian country of the Philippines is “very cautious” and may impose measures such as screening requirements, if not a total ban, on travelers from China.
Authorities have been directed to ensure that people arriving from other countries pass through thermal scanners at airports across Pakistan amid fears of an outbreak of new variants of the Covid-19 in Pakistan.
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China has imposed a covid lockdown in its largest city, Shanghai. It has been declared as the biggest lockdown since 2020. Meanwhile, Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has tested positive for Covid
The Chinese government has imposed a lockdown in Shanghai, a city of twenty-six million people, considered the financial center of the country, after the spread of the pandemic Covid-19. The people of the city have been confined to their homes to control the spread of the epidemic in different areas.
In the central Chinese city of Wuhan in November 2019, the corona virus began to grow, and then in early 2020, the city was engulfed by Covid-19. This city of 11 million people was facing a very strict lockdown. Wuhan was completely cut off from the rest of the country by the authorities for seventy-six days. After that, almost the same situation has arisen in Shanghai.
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Officials say Shanghai will be placed under lockdown in two phases. During this time, people will be tested on a large scale. In the first phase, Pudong, an eastern area of Shanghai, will be completely cut off from the rest of the city. The lockdown in Pudong will last until Friday. After this, a lockdown will be imposed in the more densely populated area of Poksi
European country Germany
More than 9,000 people have been charged in Germany for politically motivated crimes. According to the Federal Crime Agency, most of them are people who participated in protest rallies against the coronavirus restrictions. In this case, this aspect is now being considered whether these people have exercised their right by participating in protest rallies in a constitutional democracy.
Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has tested positive for the coronavirus. This has been announced by his office. The announcement of his positive test has come after the meeting with US Secretary of State Anthony Blanken on Sunday, March 27. It is also reported that the Prime Minister is doing well and is carrying out routine work from his home.
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A significant reduction in mortality has been observed in senior citizens in Israel after the second booster. This is stated by a health care service in its survey report
Authorities in Myanmar have quarantined the country’s Nobel laureate politician Aung San Suu Kyi after a member of her staff tested positive for the virus. Suu Kyi will not be able to attend a three-day trial after being quarantined.
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On the other hand, according to a newspaper report in South Korea, there has been a decrease in the rate of Kovid infection in the last week. Meanwhile, the death of severely ill people suffering from corona virus has been noted. Amicron variant of corona virus is spreading in South Korea. Last week, 350,000 people in South Korea were infected with this new infection