Fears Over Spread of New Variant; Travel Curbed: Virus Update

fears over spread of new variant travel curbed virus update

Sumary of Fears Over Spread of New Variant; Travel Curbed: Virus Update:

  • HK)Italy will ban access for travelers who has been in South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambico, Namibia, Esawatini in the last fourteen days, Italy’s Health minister Roberto Speranza wrote on Facebook on Friday.
  • HK)Germany will declare South Africa a virus variant area, Health Minister Jens Spahn says in a tweet.
  • The country banned entry of non-EU citizens that have lately stayed in eight African countries to prevent the spread of new Covid-19 variant, the Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhanek said.
  • HK)Israel identified a case of the new Covid-19 variant recently discovered in southern African nations in a passenger who entered the country from Malawi, the Health Ministry said.
  • Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Thursday banned travel to countries where the variant had already been discovered, and ordered all passengers returning from those areas to quarantine in designated hotels for seven days until they show two negative coronavirus tests.
  • HK)Ireland is set to recommend children avoid indoor gatherings for the next two weeks, state broadcaster RTE reported, as cases rise.
  • Government advisers say children aged 12 or younger should stay away from events such as school plays and birthday parties, while those as young as eight should wear masks in school and elsewhere.
  • Face masks will again become mandatory on public transport, in retail stores, hospitals and other locations in the health sector.

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