On April 20, according to Hong Kong’s “Economic Daily”, at least 53 passengers of a flight arriving in Hong Kong from New Delhi, the capital of India, on April 4 were diagnosed and described by the media as a “flight in the hardest hit area”. According to reports, this flight can carry up to 188 passengers, but the authorities did not disclose the number of passengers on board. Recently, India’s new crown epidemic has deteriorated sharply. As of now, it has increased by more than 200,000 cases for 6 consecutive days. The “double mutation” new coronavirus is suspected to have worsened the epidemic.
For this question, I feel that most of the answers are in the wrong direction. Yes, there is an outbreak in India recently; yes, India’s not enough hospital beds/not enough ventilators/not enough oxygen/not enough cemetery/not enough firewood; yeah, Holi/Large Kettle Festival/ The canvassing scene of the general election was touching; yes, B.1.617 was mostly a mutation of the poison king. All of the above is correct. However, the above conditions are diagnosed with more than 50 people on a flight, does it have a dime relationship? It’s okay to talk about things, is this a strong answer? Please understand that this is an international flight to Hong Kong. In other words, all passengers must obtain a negative PCR test certificate within 72 hours before departure and have no obvious symptoms. Otherwise, boarding is not allowed: so the situation is obvious. Even if Delhi has exploded so much that your mother doesn’t know you, even if all the passengers on the flight have been recruited, but do you dare to believe that the PCR test within 72 hours of take-off will miss more than 50 in one go? Haven’t heard that B.1.617 has a special function to escape PCR detection, right? So, this is not the problem of the outbreak in India at all, nor is it the problem of hospital beds/ventilators/insufficient oxygen, and it is not the problem of the Humb Festival/Holi festival, and of course it is not the problem of virus mutation. This is a problem of PCR detection. This is a problem of PCR detection. This is a problem of PCR detection. Repeat three. You guys, you may lack some imagination for the magical realism in India…In India, PCR detection fraud has long been separated from the low level of PS and has become a big business involving testing laboratories, travel agencies, and airlines. Testing laboratory fraud, the fourth episode is too lazy to enumerate one by one, let’s take a news report: PCR detection fraud in Mumbai. So, everyone, imagination is a good thing.