The precautions are mainly related to preventing the introduction of the COVID-19 pathogen from China.
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Against the backdrop of a surge in cases in China, Indian authorities urge their citizens to remember coronavirus restrictions and suggest that people return to wearing masks, observe social distancing and personal hygiene measures, and also administer vaccinations of reinforcement to prevent infections. .
At the same time, according to official figures, fewer than 3,500 cases of infection have been recorded in India to date and the incidence curve is declining, The Indian Express writes.
The precautions are mainly related to preventing the introduction of the COVID-19 pathogen from China, where the incidence situation is far from ideal.
India’s international airports resumed random coronavirus testing of passengers this week, but no official announcement on the change in air travel rules has yet been made.
“We are closely monitoring new variants of the pathogen and recommend sending samples from patients who test positive for COVID-19 to accredited laboratories,” Indian Health Minister Mansukh Mandavia said.
According to the authorities, there is still no talk of introducing restrictive measures in the country.