An Air India flight carrying 114 Indians, who have been stranded in UAE as a result of coronavirus-induced lockdown, reached Indore on Sunday evening, an official mentioned.
Of the entire variety of passengers, 64 deboarded at Indore, whereas the remaining 50 have been flown to Mumbai, the official mentioned.
“The airplane landed at Indore’s Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Worldwide Airport at 8:12 pm,” Aryama Sanyal, the Airport Director mentioned.
In the meantime, nodal officer of Indore district for COVID-19 prevention, Amit Malakar, mentioned that not one of the 64 passengers, who deplaned in Indore, confirmed any signs of coronaviurus an infection through the airport screening.
Of them, 12 passengers are from Indore.
“These passengers, who already carried a COVID-negative take a look at report, should keep in house isolation for 14 days as a precautionary measure. Different passengers should keep at an isolation centre for the primary seven days and below house isolation for as many days later,” he mentioned.