new Delhi: A passenger on board a SpiceJet Bangkok-Delhi flight has been put aside on suspicion of Novel Corona virus an infection. SpiceJet gave this info in an announcement on Thursday. A SpiceJet spokesperson stated, "On February 13, 2020, a passenger on board SpiceJet flight number SG-88 between Bangkok to Delhi was suspected to have been infected with the corona virus."
The airways stated that the airport well being group stored the passenger separate after the airplane landed at Delhi Airport. <! –
A SpiceJet spokesperson stated, "He was sitting on seat number 31F and he was the only passenger in that queue." The Airport Health Organization (APHO) has stored the passenger separate after the airplane landed in Delhi.
SpiceJet spokesperson: On Feb-13, a passenger travelling on SpiceJet flight SG-88 working between Bangkok and Delhi was suspected of COVID-19. The passenger was quarantined by Airport Health Organization (APHO) after touchdown in Delhi. #Coronavirus
– ANI (@ANI) February 13, 2020
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