Wednesday, March 04, 2020

Air India issues directives for people who flew with Coronavirus-infected person

Air India has issued a directive for passengers of the AI154 Vienna-Delhi flight that flew on February 25, 2020, in which a person has been tested for Coronavirus. The passengers have been asked to follow the Union Health Ministry protocols.

The said directive came after a day the Health Ministry announced that a Delhi resident has tested positive for Coronavirus, and asked the airline’s crew to stay in isolation at their homes for 14 days. The said flight was flying from Vienna to Delhi on February 25.

Air India tweeted about this, stating that “This is for the attention of passengers who flew on AI154 Vienna-Delhi on 25 Feb 2020. One of the passengers has been tested positive for #Coronavirus. Please follow the protocol notified by the Ministry of Health regarding Coronavirus. “

The ministry recently stated that the six cases with ‘high-viral load’ had also been kept in isolation, who were detected during a sample testing in Agra. The said case came into light on Monday, when the six people had come in contact with a 45-year-old patient, and they included his family members. As per the government sources, the man, who lives in Mayur Vihar, had gone to visit them in Agra.
04/03/20 Times Travel
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