Omicron: Kejriwal hits out at Centre, says why delay in banning international flights?

New Delhi: In India, people are afraid about Omicron, a new and severe variant of the Corona virus. For these reasons, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has called for the cancellation of foreign flights. Arvind Kejriwal chastised the Modi administration for delaying the shutdown of foreign flights, claiming that the same error was made in the first wave of strikes and that this was the reason for the delay.

On Twitter, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi immediately halt foreign flights. A young man who recently returned to Chandigarh from South Africa was said to have tested positive for corona report, according to a tweet published. Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Chief Minister, retweeted the same report, writing that numerous nations had halted flights from Omicron-affected countries. Why are we dragging our feet? Even in the initial wave, we postponed the cancellation of international flights. The majority of international planes arrive in Delhi, which is the city that has been hit the most. Sahib, Prime Minister Please put an immediate halt to all flights.

In addition, the central government has decided to reconsider its plan to lift the ban on all foreign flights beginning December 15. It has also mandated that travellers arriving on foreign planes be monitored and that those arriving from countries at risk of corona be thoroughly screened and tested. Not all foreign flights will be operating at this time due to the review of the restriction on international flights.

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