International travel and travel to India should be on your wishlist, but don’t start packing just yet.
The world is suffering from COVID-19, and the situation looks more severe than in 2020. The number of cases in every country has risen heavily. India has started getting a surge in the number of COVID cases daily. India saved itself during the wave in 2020, but have things gone a different route or lack something this time. One cannot deny that the world has seen a rise in things, but COVID cases were not on anyone’s list.
We have seen a lot of people die due to the shortage of medicine or oxygen. It seems like things are looking better now as the Commander in Chief, or The Prime Minister as India likes to refer to it, has taken heed to the problem and has started working on it after shifting his focus from the ongoing election campaign.
The country has seen a surge in cases, and unlike the situation that seemed under control last time, the problem looms at this time. The judicial system has taken note of the problem and instructed the government to take adequate measures to save the lives of innocent people. The big question remains that should you travel to India or any country for that matter amid the ongoing pandemic.
‘Health is happiness,’ and one cannot deny that it is important to stay indoors and safe because safety is serenity. Life is fragile, and you don’t want to spill it at the moment in an attempt to gain some momentary happiness. Happiness is bliss, but not at the cost of your health. Traveling to any location can be halted at this time.
The number of COVID cases is setting new records every day. Travel should give you peace of mind and not take away a piece of your mind instead. Trying to figure out the places to visit on the web or the globe seems to be a better activity than packing your bags and moving out in the attempt of a thrill when it’s problematic outside.