Monday, June 29, 2020

Kannadigas arrive at Kannur airport from Dubai, face hardships

Kannur: Dismissing rumours of passengers who landed in Kannur from Dubai escaping from quarantine, the passengers clarified to Daijiworld that the news reported by some media is wrong and no one had skipped the process of quarantine.

Over 150 Kannadigas stranded at Dubai had planned to fly to Mangaluru. They also registered themselves for being quarantined in Mangaluru, it is learnt. But the private flight by which they had planned to return here failed to get clearance to land at Mangaluru because of some document-related issues. Therefore, the flight landed at the Kannur airport where the passengers were quarantined in hotels of Kasargod.
On arrival at Kannur, the passengers were advised to undergo seven days quarantine at Kannur and seven more days at Mangaluru. The passengers, who had already lost their jobs, and who had opted Mangaluru as their quarantine centre, expressed their reservations as they would have been forced to meet hotel bills twice.

After they reached Kasargod and were quarantined at a hotel for 12 hours, the district collector ordered seal down of the hotel and asked the people under quarantine to move out. Therefore the people passed through Talapady border with Karnataka by providing all information and by registering in Seva Sindhu app.
29/06/20 Daijiworld
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