Nucleic acid test is abnormal Guangzhou Baiyun Airport cancels more than 1,100 flights

On April 28, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport issued a notice saying that because some employees at the airport found abnormalities in the routine nucleic acid test a few days ago, "some domestic passenger flight plans will be adjusted from now on." Up to now, more than 1,100 flights have been cancelled at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport.

The reporter first called the Mandarin service hotline of Baiyun Airport on April 28 to try to understand the relevant details . However, due to too many calls to Baiyun Airport, the call went unanswered for a long time. The reporter then called the airport's Cantonese service hotline and waited for more than ten minutes before the operator answered.

On the phone, the operator told the reporter: " Baiyun Airport is operating normally now, and you can enter the North Terminal. Just follow the order and the staff's requirements to enter the terminal. "

Baiyun Airport has two terminals, South and North, namely Terminals T1 and T2 . However, when the reporter inquired about the flight situation of the T2 terminal, which was called " North Terminal " by the staff , it was found that the planes entering and leaving the port from the T2 terminal have also been cancelled in large numbers. In addition, international flights at Baiyun Airport were also cancelled.

The operator told reporters that the question of whether each flight is canceled depends on the attitude of the airline. She said: " It depends on the airline whether it can fly normally or not. It depends on the airline's requirements. "
Nucleic acid test is abnormal Guangzhou Baiyun Airport cancels more than 1,100 flights  On April 28, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport issued a notice saying that because some employees at the airport found abnormalities in the routine nucleic acid test a few days ago, "some domestic passenger flight plans will be adjusted from now on." Up to now, more than 1,100 flights have been cancelled at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport.  The reporter first called the Mandarin service hotline of Baiyun Airport on April 28 to try to understand the relevant details . However, due to too many calls to Baiyun Airport, the call went unanswered for a long time. The reporter then called the airport's Cantonese service hotline and waited for more than ten minutes before the operator answered.  On the phone, the operator told the reporter: " Baiyun Airport is operating normally now, and you can enter the North Terminal. Just follow the order and the staff's requirements to enter the terminal. "  Baiyun Airport has two terminals, South and North, namely Terminals T1 and T2 . However, when the reporter inquired about the flight situation of the T2 terminal, which was called " North Terminal " by the staff , it was found that the planes entering and leaving the port from the T2 terminal have also been cancelled in large numbers. In addition, international flights at Baiyun Airport were also cancelled.  The operator told reporters that the question of whether each flight is canceled depends on the attitude of the airline. She said: " It depends on the airline whether it can fly normally or not. It depends on the airline's requirements. "  Although Baiyun Airport announced on the afternoon of April 28 , East Eight District time , that it has gradually resumed operation of some domestic flights, and sampling and disinfection of T1 and T2 terminals have been carried out. However, at 1:00 a.m. on April 29 , the reporter checked the information of inbound and outbound flights at Baiyun Airport and found that 1,144 flights had been cancelled, only 48 flights had been executed, and 5 flights were to be executed . That is to say, there are less than 5% of flights that are normally executed .  Since April 28 , the seven districts of Guangzhou Baiyun, Huadu , Yuexiu, Haizhu, Tianhe, Huangpu, and Panyu have launched nucleic acid testing for all staff. And in fourIn the first ten days of this month, Guangzhou has launched nucleic acid testing for all employees in various districts.  Xiaowei, a Guangzhou resident, told reporters that he felt that the test was very disturbing to the people at the time. He said: " Many places have even increased the code to three inspections every seven days. Of course, these frequent nucleic acid tests are very inconvenient for us. Whether doing business or working outside, it will waste a lot of time and energy. Long queues and long waits have a great impact on our lives. But everyone cooperates and is even fortunate, because there is no such thing as Shanghai that does not allow even food to be bought. ”  Xiaowei said that he thought that as the May Day holiday approached, people could go on vacation, but now that the nucleic acid testing of all staff has been carried out again, he is very disappointed. He said: " I thought it was a holiday on May 1st, and I could finally go out to play. Now I'm here again, and I have to test at the airport. Everyone around me is speechless. "     Iftar party protest in BHU, VC's effigy burnt, administration said - will continue even further After the pictures of the Iftar party surfaced, a group of students burnt the effigy outside the Vice Chancellor's residence.  Anger was witnessed among students after Vice Chancellor Professor Sudhir Kumar Jain attended an Iftar party on April 27 at the Women's College (MMV) of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in Varanasi, the Prime Minister's parliamentary constituency . In protest, the students burnt the effigy in front of the Vice-Chancellor's residence. After this the atmosphere in Banaras Hindu University has become tense. The students warned that if the Vice Chancellor has to attend Roza Iftar, then he should go to Aligarh Muslim University or Jamia Millia Islamia.  What is the whole matter? After the pictures of the Iftar party held at BHU's MMV surfaced, a group of students reached outside the Vice-Chancellor's residence to burn the effigy. During this, the students started shouting slogans. He said that former VC Girish Chand Tripathi had started the tradition of Falahar during Navratri during his tenure, but by ending that tradition, a new tradition of Iftar is being started.  Students said that an iftar party was organized at the Mahila Mahavidyalaya of Banaras Hindu University. In the official invitation letter of BHU, it was said to celebrate Iftar party in the traditional way. This Iftar party was organized at 6 pm on 27th April, in which other officials of the university including the Vice Chancellor also participated.  As soon as this news was received, the students lodged their protest. Students have warned of agitation on the same issue in future as well.  'Deliberate iftar party' BHU research students Ashirwad Dubey and Patanjali Pandey told that iftar party was never organized in Banaras Hindu University before. The Women's College was chosen for the event, so that the students could not go to the Women's College to protest. This is a wrong tradition being created, which the students will oppose.  'Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb of the country' - Chief Proctor Chief Proctor of Banaras Hindu University VC Kapri said that thousands of students of different religions study here. He said, "In such a situation, instead of provoking any particular religion, Roza Iftar party was organized to promote Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb in the holy month of Ramzan. We do not have any kind of sorrow. Rather our university, The teaching and non-teaching staff here will work to take this forward.  "The university administration wants to make it clear that no one has any right to make false statements about one's religion. The university administration will continue to cooperate in such works in the future as well." chief proctor The Chief Proctor said that the process of identifying the students who tried to burn the effigy of the Vice-Chancellor, is underway and seeking answers. A decision will be taken only after the reply is received.


Although Baiyun Airport announced on the afternoon of April 28 , East Eight District time , that it has gradually resumed operation of some domestic flights, and sampling and disinfection of T1 and T2 terminals have been carried out. However, at 1:00 a.m. on April 29 , the reporter checked the information of inbound and outbound flights at Baiyun Airport and found that 1,144 flights had been cancelled, only 48 flights had been executed, and 5 flights were to be executed . That is to say, there are less than 5% of flights that are normally executed .

Since April 28 , the seven districts of Guangzhou Baiyun, Huadu , Yuexiu, Haizhu, Tianhe, Huangpu, and Panyu have launched nucleic acid testing for all staff. And in fourIn the first ten days of this month, Guangzhou has launched nucleic acid testing for all employees in various districts.

Xiaowei, a Guangzhou resident, told reporters that he felt that the test was very disturbing to the people at the time. He said: " Many places have even increased the code to three inspections every seven days. Of course, these frequent nucleic acid tests are very inconvenient for us. Whether doing business or working outside, it will waste a lot of time and energy. Long queues and long waits have a great impact on our lives. But everyone cooperates and is even fortunate, because there is no such thing as Shanghai that does not allow even food to be bought. ”

Xiaowei said that he thought that as the May Day holiday approached, people could go on vacation, but now that the nucleic acid testing of all staff has been carried out again, he is very disappointed. He said: " I thought it was a holiday on May 1st, and I could finally go out to play. Now I'm here again, and I have to test at the airport. Everyone around me is speechless. "

Iftar party protest in BHU, VC's effigy burnt, administration said - will continue even further : India

After the pictures of the Iftar party surfaced, a group of students burnt the effigy outside the Vice Chancellor's residence.

Anger was witnessed among students after Vice Chancellor Professor Sudhir Kumar Jain attended an Iftar party on April 27 at the Women's College (MMV) of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in Varanasi, the Prime Minister's parliamentary constituency . In protest, the students burnt the effigy in front of the Vice-Chancellor's residence. After this the atmosphere in Banaras Hindu University has become tense. The students warned that if the Vice Chancellor has to attend Roza Iftar, then he should go to Aligarh Muslim University or Jamia Millia Islamia.

What is the whole matter?
After the pictures of the Iftar party held at BHU's MMV surfaced, a group of students reached outside the Vice-Chancellor's residence to burn the effigy. During this, the students started shouting slogans. He said that former VC Girish Chand Tripathi had started the tradition of Falahar during Navratri during his tenure, but by ending that tradition, a new tradition of Iftar is being started.

Students said that an iftar party was organized at the Mahila Mahavidyalaya of Banaras Hindu University. In the official invitation letter of BHU, it was said to celebrate Iftar party in the traditional way. This Iftar party was organized at 6 pm on 27th April, in which other officials of the university including the Vice Chancellor also participated.

As soon as this news was received, the students lodged their protest. Students have warned of agitation on the same issue in future as well.

'Deliberate iftar party'
BHU research students Ashirwad Dubey and Patanjali Pandey told that iftar party was never organized in Banaras Hindu University before. The Women's College was chosen for the event, so that the students could not go to the Women's College to protest. This is a wrong tradition being created, which the students will oppose.

'Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb of the country' - Chief Proctor
Chief Proctor of Banaras Hindu University VC Kapri said that thousands of students of different religions study here. He said, "In such a situation, instead of provoking any particular religion, Roza Iftar party was organized to promote Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb in the holy month of Ramzan. We do not have any kind of sorrow. Rather our university, The teaching and non-teaching staff here will work to take this forward.

"The university administration wants to make it clear that no one has any right to make false statements about one's religion. The university administration will continue to cooperate in such works in the future as well."

Chief proctor
The Chief Proctor said that the process of identifying the students who tried to burn the effigy of the Vice-Chancellor, is underway and seeking answers. A decision will be taken only after the reply is received.
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