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COVID-19: UK adds India to travel 'red list', here's what it means

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Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also cancelled his planned visit to India next week due to the coronavirus situation in the country.
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News video: India added to red list as concerns mount over coronavirus variants

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India has been added to the coronavirus β€œred list” in response to mounting concern about the number of cases there and the emergence of a variant.The move, announced hours after Boris Johnson was forced to cancel a trip to the country, comes into force at 4am on Friday, meaning Britons returning...

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