November 28, 2021

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Britain does in relation to the new variant of action.  It will also ban flights to African countries

Britain does in relation to the new variant of action. It will also ban flights to African countries

Following this, Britain announced on Thursday that it was temporarily suspending flights from six South African countries Republic of South Africa It has been reported that a new corona virus variant with a greater number of mutations has been discovered. AFP reported.

British Health Secretary Sajid Javed said it was for “precautionary reasons” and “deep concerns”. New variant of the virus All flights from South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Zimbabwe and Botswana will be grounded from 1 p.m.

“We have to isolate the hotel from all people coming from these countries from 04:00 on Sunday.” Said Javed.

He said those arriving in the UK before the deadline should be isolated at home and subjected to PCR testing on the second and eighth days after arrival.

More contagious mutation

“If anyone has come from any of these countries in the last ten days, we will ask them to go for a PCR test.” Said.

“The data we have so far on this variant show that it may be more contagious than the delta variant, and the vaccines we currently have may be less effective against it.” Javed warned. According to him, this variation has not yet occurred in Britain.

The new variant, which has led to the current increase in the number of victims in South Africa, has already been spotted in Botswana and Hong Kong among travelers coming from this country.

He was awarded the science degree of B.1.1.529 and should be given a Greek designation by the World Health Organization, virologist Tulio de Oliveira said Friday.

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One of the most affected countries

Sky News reports that this variant contains 30 mutations, more than twice the delta variant.
The WHO has announced that it is “closely monitoring” this option, and is expected to convene a technical meeting on Friday to decide whether it should be classified as an “interest” or “concern” option.

The AFP recalls that the British government faced criticism for opening the border to foreign travelers despite the high number of victims during the COVID-19 epidemic.

Britain is one of the most affected countries – about 144,000 people have been killed by the corona virus since the outbreak. As of Thursday, more than 47,000 people had been affected.

More than 80 percent of people over the age of 12 in the country are already fully vaccinated, and nearly 29 percent have received a third dose.