US prohibits travel from India: The US has advised its diplomats and families to return to the US amid the increase in cases in India. However, the State Department spokesman has made it clear that this is not mandatory, but entirely voluntary.
Washington, USA, announced a travel ban from India and referred to the increasing cases of corona virus infections in India (Covid-19 situation). These restrictions take effect on Tuesday, May 4th. However, according to reports, these restrictions will not affect US citizens and green card holders. During this time, the United States reiterated its travel warning and urged its citizens to leave the country.
Indian travelers traveling the US to be banned from May 4, said White House press secretary Jane Saki: “The government will immediately stop pulling out of India on the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to travel.” A decision was made based on the prevalence of different variants in India and the unusual cases of covid-19.
The United States has advised its diplomats and families to return to the United States in light of the increase in cases in India. However, the Foreign Ministry spokesman made it clear that this is not mandatory, but that the entire level is optional. The official refused to provide details of the cases of covid-19 infection at the U.S. embassy. According to media reports, however, two local employees died on US missions in India, but more than 100 people were found.
He said, “It is fair to say that Kovid has touched every aspect of Indian society. We have a large diplomatic presence in India. If you look at the global partnership with India, you can imagine. The United States used to have one issued travel advice and appealed “to US citizens present in India to leave India as soon as possible. In addition, the United States has promised to help Indias overcome Kovid’s situation.