Only seven people boarded a deportation flight to Jamaica from the United Kingdom, early this morning (Wed), despite 90 levitra bayer original buy being earmarked originally for the flight.

According to the UK Guardian, concerns were raised about the UK’s decision, to go ahead with the flight, due to opposition from the Jamaican government because of Covid worries.

Fears were also expressed about the vulnerability of some of those due to fly, because of trafficking indicators and mental health problems.

A series of urgent high court injunction applications seeking to block some of the deportations, continued almost until the flight took off at 1 o’clock this morning.

While the vast majority of those due to fly were taken off the flight, the viagra england seven people who flew are believed to include three who were taken from prison.

The UK viagra 50 mg reportedly gave the Jamaican government assurances, that nobody at risk of Covid-19 would be on the flight, after at least two cases were confirmed in the detention centre days before the flight took off.

It said everyone who was due to fly had a negative PCR test.