A batch of 263 Indians evacuated from Italy in view of the COVID-19 outbreak there were offered once more to the country on Sunday and sent to an ITBP quarantine facility, officials discussed. “The special flight had 263 passengers. It landed at around 10 am at Delhi airport from Rome,” an Air India respectable discussed. The Air India flight had taken off from the Delhi airport on Saturday.
“All the 263 people are being taken to our quarantine centre in Chhawla area of south-west Delhi after thermal screening and immigration at the tarmac,” an ITBP spokesperson discussed. The Indo-Tibetan Border Police quarantine already has 215 Indians housed since March 15 after they have been in a similar way evacuated by the use of a special Air India flight from Rome. The facility has earlier hosted two such batches of Indians and foreigners who have been offered once more from Wuhan in China throughout the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.