Tribune News Service
Mohali, May 31
The second evacuation flight, under the Vande Bharat Mission of the Union Government to evacuate stranded Indian nationals abroad, carrying 144 passengers from Kiev (Ukraine) via New Delhi landed at the Mohali International Airport here early Sunday morning.
Out of 144 passengers, 34 belong to Punjab, two belong to Chandigarh, 54 to Himachal Pradesh, 53 to Haryana and one to Rajasthan.
Mohali DC Girish Dayalan said that nobody was found symptomatic after screening. Civil Surgeon Dr Manjit Singh said that no passenger was suffering from fever, cough, cold etc.
Dayalan added that the passengers hailing from the district would not be sent home as of now and would be kept in quarantine at the various government facilities at hotels for 14 days as a precautionary measure.
Dayalan said that district administration had made arrangements and sent the passengers belonging to the other districts and the states to their respective districts and states where they would undergo quarantine period.
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