Coronavirus: Passengers coming to India from Japan and South Korea may also be investigated

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi : The Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday requested airports and airways to cease the unfold of the corona virus and that passengers arriving from Japan and South Korea needs to be screened as quickly as they exit the aerobridge. So far, solely 4 international locations – Thailand, Singapore, China and Hong Kong passengers coming from 21 recognized airports in India – are being investigated for the corona virus.

The Indian embassy in Japan mentioned on Friday {that a} third Indian man on a ship has been confirmed to be contaminated with the Corona virus. <! –

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                 So far 218 individuals have suffered from Corona virus on this ship. There are 138 Indian passengers aboard the ship named Diamond Princess, out of which two crew members had been beforehand confirmed to be contaminated with the Corona virus.

The DGCA mentioned in a round, "Except for China and Hong Kong, checks of all flights coming directly from Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Singapore should be immediately confirmed as soon as they come out of the aerobridge." It states that it’s advisable to put acceptable indicators in any respect the airports at vital locations and self-declaration types needs to be stuffed with passengers as per the directions of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

So far, three instances of corona virus have been confirmed in India, all three instances are from Kerala. Three college students finding out at Wuhan University had returned from China on their very own and underwent an examination on the hospital which confirmed the an infection. One is discharged after remedy. The DGCA mentioned on Friday, "All airlines will have to announce this in flights coming from these countries and must strictly follow it."

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