New Zealand Travel Ban for Indians: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Has Banned Entry Into The Country For All Passengers, Including Their Own Citizens, Following A Large Number Of Positive COVID-19 Cases Arriving In India.
“The Ban Will Begin At 4 A.M. Local Time On April 11 And Will Last Until April 28,” Ardern Said At A Press Conference. The Agencies Said That The Government Will Discuss Ways To Deal With The Crisis In The Meantime.
New Zealand Travel Ban for Indians
Ardern’s Decision Can Be Seen After The Growing COVID-19 Cases In India. In The Last Few Days, India Is Facing A Record One Lakh Cases Every Day.
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern temporarily suspends entry for all travellers from India, including its own citizens, following a high number of positive #COVID19 cases arriving from there. The suspension starts on April 11 and will be in place until April 28: Reuters pic.twitter.com/MCNUdLZTNs
— ANI (@ANI) April 8, 2021
Record Cases Are Coming In India
Becomes The Only Country After The US And Brazil To Record A Six-Figure Spike In Daily Numbers.
On Wednesday, India Recorded 1,15,736 New COVID-19 Cases In The Last 24 Hours, The Largest Single-Day Boom Since The Beginning Of Last Year, Taking The Total To 12,801,785.
The Dangerous Situation In The Country Has Forced the Many States To Impose Restrictions Such As Lockdown To Control The Spread Of Deadly Disease.
Today, PM Narendra Modi Will Hold A Meeting With The Chief Ministers Of Various States Through Video Conference To Take Stock Of The Situation In The Country.