Indian Army Sets Up Quarantine Facility For Treatment Of 300 Indian Students Arriving From China

Indian Army has created a quarantine facility for treatment of 300 Indian students arriving from China. This quarantine facility has been created in Gurugram, Harayana.

Indian Army said, “Indian Army responding to the emergency has created a facility near Manesar for quarantine of approximately 300 Indian students arriving from Wuhan China, students will be monitored by a qualified team of doctors, to watch for any signs of infection.

Today India has sent a huge double decker jumbo jet to rescue Indian students from Hubei province, the epicenter of coronavirus. This flight will reach India at around 2 am on Saturday.

The 300 students will be monitored for two weeks in this quarantine facility and If any individual is suspected to be infected then he will be shifted to the isolation ward at Base Hospital Delhi Cantonment (BHDC).

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