The travel ban has benefited in countries where there have been fewer cases of covid-19 or even in countries with strong travel contacts with high-rate Corona transition countries. Experts say that travel restrictions should be based on concrete studies, only then they can prove beneficial.
This study came out in a study published in the research journal ‘The Lancet Public Health’. According to the study, the restrictions imposed on traveling in the initial stages of an outbreak proved to be most effective but these steps would not be as effective when one The infection is spreading rapidly within the country.
Professor Mark Zitt of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine said, “We are aware that these steps have brought a huge economic and social cost, so governments should ban travel to achieve any goagl.”
” Jit said, “Before imposing the ban, they should collect data on infection at the local level, considering the growth rate of the epidemic and the number of travelers coming from countries which are more affected by the infection.”
Researchers used aircraft data to compare the number of infected passengers arriving on international flights with cases of infection spreading in that country.