Following the ban, 23 cases were registered in New Zealand on Thursday, including 117 from India.
File photo of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. AFP
Melbourne: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Thursday that New Zealand will temporarily stop entering India from India for about two weeks from 11 April. COVID-19 The case among viewers in this country. He said the ban would take effect on Sunday and would last until April 28.
While expediting the risk assessment of arrivals from India, Prime Minister Arden said the government would pay attention to the risks imposed by others. COVID-19 Hotspot Country, New Zealand Herald reports. The issue of travel bans comes after 23 new positive records in New Zealand Coronavirus The report further said that there were 11 cases of secession from India on Thursday.
“It’s not a permanent arrangement but a temporary arrangement,” he said. The ban includes all travelers, including New Zealand citizens and permanent residents.
Although there are previous travel restrictions on travelers from some countries, New Zealand has never suspended the travel of New Zealand citizens and residents, Arden said, adding that he fully understands that this temporary suspension will result for the Kiwis in India. “But I think passengers have a sense of responsibility and accountability for finding ways to reduce risk,” he said. The health team will try to use the time till April 2 to receive passengers from India.
He said there was no guarantee that the authorities would work for a better solution. “We haven’t seen anything clear, but we need to try better,” Ardron said.
He wanted to see the quality of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR). COVID-19 Checks are being conducted in other countries and the test is being taken 72 hours before departure. New Zealand has not reported any community broadcasts for nearly 40 days.
COVID-19 Arden said the case has spread again, especially in India and Brazil, and New Zealand has no immunity. Arden said the government has reviewed the situation at its border in recent weeks and said it wants to see very few cases in New Zealand.
COVID-19 Cases in India are at a record high. According to the Ministry of Health, 1,12,237 new records were set in India on Wednesday.