Delhi Extends “14-Day Quarantine” Order On UK Passengers Till January 31

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    Delhi Extends “14- Day Quarantine” Order On UK Passengers Till January31

    Delhi Extends '14-Day Quarantine' Order On UK Passengers Till January 31

    New Delhi:

    Delhi has actually extended the “14- day quarantine” order on guests getting here from the United Kingdom till January31 The quarantine was placed following the spread of a highly infectious pressure of the virus in the UK. India has up until now logged 109 cases of the UK pressure of the infection. 7 of them were discovered in the last 24 hours.

    The Arvind Kejriwal federal government had modified its quarantine rules recently, stating all passengers should go through seven days’ institutional quarantine– and an equal period house seclusion– even if they test negative for Covid with RT-PCR tests that offers present results.

    The UK stress of virus is said to be 70 per cent more infectious.

    Over the last 24 hours, the UK had actually logged 1,564 deaths, taking the total to 84,767– amongst the highest in Europe alongside Italy.

    The new strain has actually already reached Denmark, Netherlands, Australia, Italy, Sweden, France, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, Japan, Lebanon and Singapore.

    Initially, the Centre suspended flight services in between the UK and India on December 23, which went on till January 7.

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    To put brakes on the mutant strain once it was identified in the nation, the Centre has embarked on a substantial genome sequencing task including 10 laboratories across the country. On the list are those of the 33,000 guests, who tested favorable for coronavirus on their return from UK.

    The government is likewise tracing and evaluating guests who reached the nation from abroad over 14 days in December.

    Over the last 24 hours, India signed up 16,946 fresh Covid cases, taking the total to 1.05 crore, the Health Ministry data showed this early morning. Another 198 people have passed away, taking the total number of fatalities to 1,51,727

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