Kejriwal appeals to Center to ban UK flights
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, "With great difficulty, people have brought the COVID situation under control."
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, "With great difficulty, people have brought the COVID situation under control." The UK's COVID situation is critical. Now, why are restrictions being lifted and why our people are being put at risk. Arvind Kejriwal has requested to increase the ban on flights coming from Britain till 31 January.
With great difficulty, people have brought COVID situation in control. UK's COVID situation is v serious. Now, why lift ban and expose our people to risk? https://t.co/ql8WIXHFFa— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) January 7, 2021
Kejriwal said, "The Center has decided to lift the ban and start flights to Britain." Given the extremely serious state of COVID in the UK, I have urged the central government to extend the ban by 31 January. "the new strain of Corona was first introduced to the UK and is more contagious."
There have been 73 reported cases of new corona strains in India. The new strain of the corona is more contagious. In view of the new strain of Corona, from midnight of 23 December to 7 January, the government imposed a temporary ban on all flights coming from Britain. The service will now be replaced with conditions from January 8.