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Sunday, 10 May 2020

In Covid 19 : 698 passengers, including 19 pregnant women, arrive in India : Operation Samudra

In Covid 19 : 698 passengers, including 19 pregnant women, arrive in India : Operation Samudra
A navy ship carrying Indians stranded in the Maldives reached Kochi Harbor from Male on Sunday morning.
New Delhi: A naval ship carrying Indians stranded in the Maldives reached Kochi Harbor from Male on Sunday morning. It may be mentioned that the Navy has also launched a campaign called Samundar Setu to bring people stranded abroad. The plane carried 698 Indian passengers, including 19 pregnant women. Adequate medical supplies, including medicines, are available on board.


According to an affidavit filed by the Kerala government in the High Court on efforts to bring back the stranded people, 9572 pregnant women are among those returning to Kerala. It may be recalled that several petitions were filed in the High Court in the past seeking eviction of people stranded abroad. All of them were heard on Thursday. As per the affidavit given by the state government for the hearing, one lakh 15 thousand rooms with attached bathrooms have been provided for the expatriates. Under the new guidelines issued by the central government, returnees from abroad will be quarantined for a week. After that they will have to stay isolated in their house for a week. Anyone with corona symptoms will be rushed to a hospital for treatment.

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The government also told the court that 9,000 of the available rooms are for hotels and resorts. If anyone wants to live in them, he has to pay the rent. The affidavit also states that the government has spent Rs 13 crore on corona-related activities in 14 districts of the state since April 1. According to the government-run Norka-Roots web portal, 4.45 lakh Kerala residents have registered for repatriation from around 200 countries. There, Chief Minister P. According to Vijayan's office, the state's PWD has also provided 2.2 lakh beds for visitors.

All travelers repatriated by the warship will be moved to isolate habitats for which ambulances, state transport transports and taxicabs have been masterminded. Those from different states will likewise be isolated in Kochi for 14 days while the Keralites will be sent to the disconnection places in their local areas. Kochi city police chief IG Vijay Sakhare is planning the activities.

Travelers with Covid 19 manifestations are being landed first followed by others in quite a while. Warm screening of travelers is being done by the Port wellbeing association. Indicative people will be quickly moved to medical clinic. Course of action has likewise been made for circulation of SIM cards by BSNL and establishment of Arogya Setu application in cell phones of travelers.

The courses of action are being composed by the region organization, Police and wellbeing office specialists.

As a major aspect of Operation Samudra Setu, another maritime boat INS Magar will empty in excess of 200 Indians from Maldives. They will be brought to Tuticorin port in Tamil Nadu, said Sunjay Sudhir, India's High Commissioner in the Maldives as per reports by national media. The departure exercise will proceed in one week from now.

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