220 Indians evacuated from Wuhan sent to quarantine facilities in Manesar; 104 more people to Chhawla camp

NEW DELHI: On Saturday, 220 of the 324 Indians evacuated from the Chinese city affected by the coronavirus were sent to the Army's quarantine facilities in Manesar, while the remaining 104 were transferred to the camp run by the Indo-Tibetan border police in the national capital to receive medical attention. observation, the saying.

The 324, including 3 minors and 211 students, arrived in India on Saturday morning. Indian air The Boeing 747 Jumbo plane. Passengers will remain isolated in the quarantine for 14 days in those places.

All evacuees had undergone the necessary inspection at the Indira Gandhi International Airport upon arrival.

The second Indian air special flight will depart to Wuhan on Saturday afternoon for the evacuation of Indians, national carrier's spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar said.

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