Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Friday that travelers coming from Britain to the capital would have to go for a seven-day institutional quarantine and a seven-day home quarantine. It will also be in that situation when they are found negative for Kovid-19. The Chief Minister said that to protect the people living in Delhi from the virus coming from Britain, the Delhi Government has taken important decisions. He told that travelers coming from Britain will have to undergo RT-PCR test by paying themselves on arrival at the airport.
Positive people will be placed in isolation facility
Kejriwal said that all positive people coming from Britain will be isolated in an isolation facility. Those on the negative test will be taken to a quarantine facility for seven days, followed by a seven-day home quarantine.
Kejriwal on Thursday appealed to the Center to increase the suspension of flights to and from the UK. Because the country is now fighting the strain strain of Corona virus, which was first found there. On 23 December, the central government canceled flights coming from Britain. With this, it was decided to test all passengers coming from there on arrival at the airport. Later, the suspension of flights between Britain and India was increased to 8 January.
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