Jaipur, May 22
Altogether 149 expatriates from Rajasthan, including one child, on Friday returned to Jaipur from London by a special flight of Air India via New Delhi.
One COVID-19 asymptomatic passenger, who was suspected by a team of Covid specialists, has been referred to SMS Hospital for further investigation this afternoon, Additional Chief Secretary-Industry and In-charge for Indian returnees Subodh Agarwal told The Tribune.
Indian passengers have landed at Jaipur International Airport at 1350 hrs by Air India flight, medically screened for COVID-19 by SMS Hospital doctors, immigration and custom clearance, and they boarded the special buses for 14 days quarantine in Pink City’s luxury hotels, Jaideep Singh Balhara, Airport Director, told The Tribune.
The boarding and lodging bills would be borne by the expatriate Indians, and they will be allowed to go home after 14 days after clearance by the Covid specialists, Agarwal said, adding they were all having Argoya Setu and Rajkovid Info apps downloaded.
About 2,000 Rajasthanis living in London and other countries are expected to arrive here by 13 flights till June 1, the ACS said.
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