Canada: The Canadian government has banned travelers from India and Pakistan from entering Canada for 30 days due to the growing number of cases of covid. Transport Minister Omar Algebra announced during a press conference. The ban will take effect at 11.30 pm tonight because there are cases of growth of Covid-19 in both countries.
“More and more cases of Covid-19 have been detected among air travelers coming to Canada from India and Pakistan,” Algebra said. I am banning all commercial and private passenger flights to Canada and Canada for 30 days.
The ban will apply to private and commercial passenger flights. Even the cowardly report of passengers arriving in Canada from these countries by indirect flight should be negative. In such a situation, the difficulties of the passengers returning from Canada to India and Pakistan have once again increased.
Because many immigrants have returned to their homeland for the wedding season and other work, now the latest sanctions imposed by the Canadian government have raised their concerns again. Last year, Canada banned air travel due to the coronavirus. At the time, Canada was evacuating its citizens on particular flights.
Between March 21 and April 6, 121 flights arrived in Toronto carrying Covid’s patients. Of these, 42 flights came from Delhi alone. According to Canadian health experts, Kovid’s B.1.617 type of disease is spreading in India on a large scale. Researchers at Stanford University have also found five cases of B.1.617 in the San Francisco Bay Area of the United States.
The question now is what will happen to the students who have been given many study visas by Canada in the past and now millions of rupees for Canada study visas because Canada is banning Indians for 30 days because of Corona. And she can say nothing more.
This will have a direct impact on students and immigration. However, an estimated 2 million people go to study in Canada each year. The biggest reason for this is that it is cheaper and quicker to fix than many foreign countries. Since last year, Canada has provided all study visas and confirmed most students.