US approves departure of non-emergency government workers from India

US approves departure of non-emergency government workers from India
US approves departure of non-emergency government workers from India

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A healthcare worker collects a Covid-19 test swab sample from a man at a temporary shelter for the homeless in New Delhi, India March 31, 2021. ― Reuters file pic

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WASHINGTON, May 6 ― The US State Department said yesterday it had approved the voluntary departure of non-emergency US government employees from India because of a surge in Covid-19 cases.

Last week, the department said family members of US government employees could voluntarily leave India.

A deadly second wave of coronavirus infections has swept through India in recent weeks, creating a shortage of hospital beds and oxygen for patients.

The State Department has advised Americans not to travel to India and said those wishing to depart should take advantage of available commercial transportation. ― Reuters

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