The recent upsurge of covid-19 deaths in India is so alarming. This situation has resulted in some countries considering a restriction of traveling to and from India.
A Member of Parliament for Dafiama/Bussie Constituency and a member of the Health Committee of Parliament, Dr. Sebastian Sandaare, has disclosed that based on what the covid-19 is doing in India, he will not go there no matter what good is happening over there.
Dr. Sebastian Sandaare made this disclosure on the 'THE KEYPOINTS' on TV3 television when he gave his opinion on whether the government should consider restricting travels from India due to the upsurge of covid-19 there.
According to him, what is happening in India and the Covid-19 itself is no joke. So, we should try and be safe at our level to protect ourselves and our families.
"I must confess that no matter what good is happening in India, based on what is happening, if you ask me to go there, I won't go." - he said
He added that it is part of international health Regulations that if a country monitors and realizes that traveling to such countries puts its public at risk, why not restrict movement to that Country.
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