Monday, April 20, 2020

Flght carrying 400 Aussies landed in Adelaide

SA Health and Police expect at least 380 Australians to be on-board the first of two flights, which took off from Chennai in India and is passing through Jakarta before landing in the state at 7am on Monday.

The passengers will be processed and undergo health checks at Adelaide Airport before being sent directly to the city's Pullman Hotel for 14 days of quarantine while under constant security watch.

"At all points when the people coming through off the flights, through the airport and into the hotels, (they) will be very closely secured on that journey," SA Health's Dr Michael Cusack told 9News.

The major operation is being closely monitored by health authorities in an attempt to prevent any possible coronavirus outbreak entering South Australia.

The second mercy flight is expected to leave from Mumbai, travel through Indonesia and arrive on Tuesday.
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