Clear and free: Wuhan evacuees head home from quarantine in Indonesia

Family members holding a 'Welcome Home' a sign as they wait for their relatives who were quarantined on Natuna island after being evacuated from Wuhan following the outbreak of the coronavirus, at Halim Perdanakusuma airport in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Sunday (Feb 15). - Reuters

JAKARTA: Given a clear bill of health, the 237 citizens and one American spouse of an Indonesian national from Wuhan and other cities in China were finally released on Sunday (Feb 16) from a 14-day quarantine in Natuna, Riau Islands.

Forty-two members of the evacuation team and five Indonesian Embassy staffers from Beijing who assisted the operation were also released from quarantine beginning on Saturday.

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