Delhi govt extends 14-day quarantine order for UK returnees till January 31


    Delhi govt extends 14- day quarantine order for UK returnees till January31

    Flights from the UK resumed on Friday in a minimal capability amid concerns about the brand-new strain of the COVID-19 that was just recently discovered.

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    Upgraded: Jan 14, 2021, 10: 05 PM IST

    The Delhi federal government on Thursday extended its order related to 14- day quarantine for guests getting here from the UK in the nationwide capital till January31

    Previously, the administration had actually chosen to clamp down on tourists coming from the United Kingdom with an obligatory seven-day institutional quarantine and a seven-day house quarantine even if they evaluate negative for COVID-19 on arrival.

    ” To secure Delhiites from direct exposure to the infection from the UK, the Delhi federal government has actually taken essential choices. Visitors coming from the UK will need to mandatorily undergo a self-paid RT-PCR test on arrival at the airport,” Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwl had said on Friday.

    ” All those showing up from UK who test positive will be isolated at an isolation center. Unfavorable ones will be required to a quarantine facility for seven days, followed by seven days of home quarantine,” the Delhi Chief Minister included.

    On December 23, the main government suspended flights from the UK, with all travelers originating from there having to be evaluated on arrival at airports. The suspension of UK flights was later extended as much as January 8.

    Flights from the United Kingdom resumed on Friday in a minimal capability in the middle of issues about the new strain of the coronavirus that was just recently discovered in the UK. The very first flight bring 256 guests arrived in Delhi today from London, airport officials informed.

    The restriction on flights to the UK was lifted on January 6. 30 flights will run weekly– 15 each by Indian and UK carriers. This schedule will continue till January 23, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri had informed earlier.

    Passengers will have to take an RT-PCR test as much as 72 hours before a flight and on arrival. Meanwhile, leaders, including Rajasthan and Delhi Chief Ministers Ashok Gehlot and Arvind Kejriwal, hit out at the Centre for partially raising the ban and urged authorities to extend the ban.

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