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Corona Virus: 324 Indian Airlifted From Wuhan, Two Weeks Will be Under the Supervision of Doctors

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On Sunday morning, 324 Indians returned home from Air India aircraft. Along with them, 7 citizens of Maldives have also been brought to New Delhi.

In the midst of the corona epidemic that has become a curse for China, the Indian government is bringing back its citizens trapped there. On Saturday, the special flight of Air India reached New Delhi carrying 324 Indians from China. On Sunday morning, another Air India plane reached New Delhi with Indians.

324 Indians have returned home from this Air India flight flying from Wuhan city of China. Along with these, 7 citizens of Maldives have also been brought to Delhi. This aircraft took off from Wuhan city of China for New Delhi at 3.10 am.

In this regard, India’s Ambassador to China, Vikram Misri said that 324 Indian and 7 Maldives citizens were in this aircraft. Maldives Foreign Minister Abdullah Shahid has expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, saying that 7 people returning from Wuhan will be kept under surveillance in New Delhi right now.

In this aircraft, along with crew members, there were 5 doctors and paramedical staff of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. They also had essential medicines and other essential items including masks. Along with 323 Indians who returned from China, 647 citizens have been brought back to New Delhi.


All will be kept under watch

All Indians brought from China and people of Maldives will be kept in Cantonment of Delhi and Manesar Camp in Haryana. All these will be kept under special supervision and they will not be allowed to meet anyone for two weeks. Let us know that two cases of Corona have been confirmed so far in India. Both cases are from Kerala.


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