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Germany has stepped up its defenses against the Variant coronavirus found in India and has announced that it will provide assistance to India

The incidence rate in Germany has hit a new high. Many places in Bavaria implement a "lockdown"

On January 18, a medical staff member (left) was vaccinated against the novel coronavirus at the medical school of Essen University in Germany. Photo by Tang Ying (Xinhua News Agency)

April 25th 2021 germany announced that it would provide emergency aid to India, including the delivery of ventilators and other relief supplies.

Chancellor Angela Merkel said: “Germany will fight alongside India and we are ready to support it as soon as possible – fighting the outbreak is our common struggle.” ”

It is reported that since the outbreak, Germany has provided relief to 38 countries and international organizations. At the same time, Germany has taken measures to guard against the Variant Coronavirus found in India.

The federal government has now listed India as a Coronavirus Variant area, banning foreigners from entering Germany from India.

Nationals returning to Germany from India, on the other hand, are required to provide a negative test certificate and to be subjected to 14 days of mandatory isolation upon entry.

In response, Germany’s federal health minister said: “In order not to harm our vaccination efforts, we must strictly restrict travel to India.” ”

The World Health Organization named B.1.617 for the Variant new coronavirus found in India.

As of April 23, 25 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Germany had been infected with the Variant Coronavirus found in India.

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