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Coronavirus India Update: DGCA extends airport screening to passengers arriving from Nepal, Indonesia

DGCA has talked about increasing or rather enhancing its own gambit to cut the virus from the core to intensify screening processes at the very beginning

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Coronavirus cases in India have rampantly increased. A total of three cases of coronavirus cases have been confirmed in our nation. The central govt. along with its assistance from various nations has been initiating many rescue camps and rescue operations towards Indians that are trapped in this epidemic in other countries.

Recently DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) has also talked about enhancing the screening operations of passengers other than its predecided list of screenings that they planned to do. Now a new list of countries has also been screened.

DGCA has talked about increasing or rather enhancing its own gambit to cut the virus from the core to intensify screening processes at the very beginning.

In its tweet, DGCA mentions the following things,

“Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on #COVID19: It has been decided to expand the universal screening of passengers arriving in flights from Nepal, Indonesia, Vietnam& Malaysia, besides flights from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Thailand & Singapore. #CoronaVirus”

It also needs to be mentioned here that, out of the three confirmed cases of coronavirus that occurred in India all of them belonged to Kerala and recently all three of them have been discharged from hospital. On 20th February the third coronavirus patient got discharged from hospital.

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