The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has banned the entry of foreigners visiting China or coming from China as a precaution due to the spreading havoc of coronaviruses. The DGCA has issued an order that those who have visited China on or after 15 January 2020 will not be allowed to enter India.
The order issued by the DGCA states that foreigners who have visited China on or after January 15, 2020 are allowed to travel to India from any air, land or port, including India-Nepal, India-Bhutan, India-Bangladesh and India-Myanmar. Is not allowed to enter the limit of.
Student returned from China hospitalized in Bihar
The latest case of coronavirus has now surfaced in Bihar’s Gaya district. The young man who recently returned from China has been admitted to the hospital. Tarzan Kumar, a student who returned from China a month ago in Bihar, has been admitted to the isolation ward of a government hospital in Gaya after he has suspected symptoms of coronavirus. Senior resident of the hospital Hemant Kumar said that Tarzan has a cold and cough, so we have kept him in the isolation ward taking precaution. He has recently returned from China, so we are taking special caution. A sample of his blood and throat has been sent for examination.
The number of dead in China is 811
Let us know that the death rate of fatal corona virus in China has increased to 811 and more than 37000 cases of its infection have been confirmed. China’s National Health Commission said on Sunday that 89 more people lost their lives on Saturday and 2,656 new cases were reported.
According to the Commission, a total of 811 people have lost their lives in 31 provincial level areas so far and 37,198 cases have been confirmed. He said that of the 89 people killed on Saturday, 81 were from Hubei province, where the virus has killed the most people. Also two people died in Henan. It killed one person each in Hebei, Heilongjiang, Anhui, Shandong, Hunan and Guangxi Zhuang.
Coronavirus death figures left SARS behind
The death toll from koranaviruses in China is higher than the deaths caused by the SARS virus about 17 years ago. The SARS virus spread in 2003 and its patients were found in more than two dozen countries, with SARS killing 774 people.
China’s negligence surfaced
Experts say that for the first time in China, their government system has been exposed to the failure of the Corona, which was considered to be efficient in working successfully on a large scale. Chinese political analysts say that President Xi Jinping has preferred party cadres over bureaucrats and technocrats during his tenure.
Due to this, the party cadre has come to dominate the bureaucracy. Bureaucrats shy away from taking any decision that criticizes the government. The famous Chinese writer and politician-bureaucratic watchdog Shu Kaizhen believes that the current administrative situation is a major contributor to the outbreak of the corona virus. The pandemic spread from Wuhan has exposed the weak action of the local government and the fear of top-level leaders in the minds of bureaucrats.