New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) Two hundred people, who tested negative for coronavirus infection, in quarantine at ITBP Chahwla Camp after being evacuated from Wuhan in China, are set to be discharged on Monday night. The rest may leave the camp by Tuesday evening.
The ITBP’s Chahwla Camp is hosting 192 female and 204 male evacuees from Wuhan.
Vivek Kumar Pandey, an ITBP official at the camp, told IANS, “People have started dispersing after testing negative for coronavirus. About 200 people, including seven Maldivians, may leave by late Monday night. By Tuesday evening, every person is expected to be released.”
During the day, Minister for Health & Family Welfare Harshvardhan visited the ITBP facility and met the people in quarantine and ITBP doctors and staff.
The ITBP is sending off evacuees with a rose and a ITBP calendar. They are also being conveyance till their drop points.