Indian returnees from Wuhan to be discharged from quarantine soon


A bus carrying Indians who arrived from Wuhan drives to a quarantine centre, at the airport in New Delhi, India, on Feb 1. Indian returnees from Wuhan who were kept at a paramilitary quarantine facility as a precautionary measure in wake of the outbreak of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) will be discharged soon, officials said Sunday (Feb 16). - AP

NEW DELHI: Indian returnees from Wuhan who were kept at a paramilitary quarantine facility as a precautionary measure in wake of the outbreak of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) will be discharged soon, officials said Sunday (Feb 16).

At least 406 people were kept at the paramilitary quarantine facility in Delhi after being brought back from China.

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