Sunday, August 02, 2020

State on high alert after flight carrying 170 Australians touches down from a coronavirus hot spot

A flight carrying 170 Australians from the world's third biggest coronavirus hot spot has landed in Adelaide.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH8461 arrived in South Australia from New Delhi on Saturday morning.
The flight had 170 Australians on board who were all subject to health tests and screening upon arrival.
All passengers will be forced into mandatory hotel quarantine for 14-days to ensure they don't have the deadly COVID-19 virus.
A Facebook group called Australians Stuck in India has done a survey and found that more than 2,000 people are trying to get back to Australia.
India has recorded 1.7million positive coronavirus tests since the pandemic began as the country struggles to combat the virus.
There are currently four active cases of coronavirus in South Australia. The state has suffered four deaths.
01/08/20 Sahar Mourad/Daily Mail Australia
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