The Indian variant arrives in the European Union. Belgium wants to block foreign students

The Indian variant arrives in the European Union.  Belgium wants to block foreign students

For weeks, the eyes of the world have been on India, which is experiencing a surge of Kovid-19 infection. The so-called Indian variant (or even three times as much as some scholars) is said to be the result of a twin transformation that significantly affects young people and prevents the currently popular vaccines. That is why Belgium exists Maximum alert Because he found that at least 20 people in his area were affected by this variant.

These are Indian students who came to the European Union to specialize in nursing. “They arrived at the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris on April 12,” Belgian health officials told the media. “Before leaving for India, all the students tested negative with the PCR test. At the Paris airport, all the students tested negative with the quick test.” From Paris, the group moved to the Belgian cities of Alsat and Louvain. This is where some of them started showing their first symptoms. Subsequent testing revealed that 20 new Indian variants were affected.

Fortunately, none of the affected students are currently in critical condition. Belgium, which hosts students from around the world, fears that the “imported” variants will lead to a new wave and jeopardize the vaccination campaign. For this reason, Immigration Minister Sami Mahdi has demanded that the influx of students from non-EU countries be stopped. Belgium was the first European Union country to report cases of Indian variation. So far, in Europe, only the UK has registered its presence.

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