(by The Sun UK) – Air travel between Europe and nations in Southern Africa should be suspended over new variant fears, the EU’s chief said today. Ursula von der Leyen insisted aviation links must be temporarily axed until scientists have a “clearer understanding” of the strain. She said: “It is now important that all of us in Europe act very swiftly, decisively and united. “All air travel to these countries should be suspended until we have a clearer understanding about the danger posed by this new variant. Belgium announced it has registered the first case of the new variant in Europe […]

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