Peru extends suspension of flights from Brazil, United Kingdom, South Africa and India due to variants of Kovid-19
Peru From suspension of extended flights until 30 May Brazil, The uk, South Africa I India To prevent the entry of a new type of coronavirus, as the country faces a second deadly wave of pandemics.
“Suspended until 30 May, non-resident foreigners of origin enter national territory South Africa, Brazil And this India, Or who have stayed at the said places in the last fourteen days, indicates a decree published in the Official Gazette.
According to the decree, “The provision is intended to prevent the spread of Kovid-19 in the current health emergency.”
Peru restricted flights from the United Kingdom and South Africa in mid-December and from Brazil to January 26 because of new variants of coronovirus, which have emerged in countries with more infectious power.
The government evaluates every 15 days whether it depends on the development of the epidemic or maintains the ban.
According to health officials, the expansion seemed inevitable given the increase in Brazilian stress cases, particularly in the capital city of Lima.
In this edition, the Ministry of Health has indicated the cause of 40% of cases reported in Lima in recent months.
Peru This Brazil They share a border of 2,800 kilometers in the Amazon.
Authorities have not detailed the number of cases found with UK or South African variants.
Lima, with 10 million inhabitants, is the hardest hit by the Peruvian city virus. Its hospitals are overflowing and there are many queues of people to buy oxygen for medicinal purposes.
With 33 million inhabitants due to the Kovid-19 epidemic in March 2020, Peru recorded 1.8 million infections and over 63,000 deaths.
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