The first flight with 324 passengers landed earlier in Delhi today. The second flight has the same doctor’s team with a different set of crew
New Delhi: The second Air India special flight to evacuate Indians from coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China will depart from Delhi on Saturday afternoon.
The first flight with 324 passengers landed earlier today in Delhi. And the second flight has the same doctor's team with a different set of crew.
Meanwhile, all the passengers that arrived from Wuhan are being quarantined for 14 days at the two Quarantine Centres.
Out of the 324 people, 103 have been taken to the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) camp for medical observation. And the centers have been set-up at Manesar managed by Armed Forces Medical Services and Chawla Camp managed by ITBP.