Central government start bringing migrant Indians to India from May 7
New Delhi: Central government start bringing migrant Indians to India from May 7 . Center will begin phasing out Indians trapped abroad due to the coronavirus epidemic from May 7 next year. The government said in a statement that planes and naval vessels would be arranged for their voyage The service will be provided on a “fee basis” and only Indians with no corona symptoms will be allowed to come.
The Indian government will facilitate the phased return of Indian nationals trapped abroad due to the lockdown. The voyage will be arranged by air and naval ship. The Standard Operating Protocol (SOP) has been developed in this regard, the statement said. In addition, the Indian Embassy and the High Commission are compiling a list of trapped Indian nationals. This facility will be available on a fee basis. Unplanned commercial flights will be arranged for air travel. The trip is expected to begin in stages on May 7
“The rescue squad wasn’t called for him,” she told the Associated Press. All passengers must follow a health protocol issued by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Civil Aviation. Upon arrival at the destination, everyone has to register for the “Healthy Bridge” app. Everyone will be screened at the medical. After the check, they will be kept in a hospital or at an institution for 14 days on a fee basis. With 14 days to go before the Covid-19 test, more action will be taken as per the health protocol, the government said.
The central government has also advised the state government to make arrangements for the testing, detention and further advancement of passengers