Coronavirus: Passengers from United Kingdom, made in Mumbai, raged on Quarantine, Maharashtra government
Mumbai: India on Monday temporarily banned aircraft coming from the United Kingdom. In view of the worsening situation of Corona virus epidemic in the United Kingdom, the Government of India has taken this precautionary step. From 22 December, this ban will be applicable on planes coming from the United Kingdom.
Explain that currently the ban on aircraft coming from the United Kingdom will continue till 31 December. As a precaution, the Uddhav Thackeray government of Maharashtra, following the decision of the central government, has banned all flights coming from the United Kingdom till 31 December.
On the other hand, for those who had arrived at Mumbai airport till late Monday night, special arrangements were made by the Maharashtra government and BMC. The passengers at the airport were seated in buses and taken to hotels selected by the state government. Where RT-PCR test of all passengers will be done after 5 to 7 days.
In view of security, the Maharashtra government has also announced imposition of night curfew for 15 days from 22 December to 5 January. Night curfew will be in force from 11 am to 6 am. During this time, the movement of vehicles will remain closed and people will not have the freedom to exit.
Night curfew will be applicable from Tuesday to January 5 in all the metropolitan areas of Maharashtra. During this time, the passengers who returned from the United Kingdom late at night were sent from Airport to the Quarantine Center. Passengers have expressed displeasure at the quarantine center being sent.
Passengers say that they have not been given any information about the quarantine. Had it been given beforehand, they would have stayed in the United Kingdom. India does not come here.
A person who arrived at the airport to receive his relative said that this is a mental torture. Information about the quarantine should have been given in advance. Quarantine will waste a lot of time.