No passenger on 2 Dubai-Pune flights had been to 'high-risk' countries, says official

No passenger on 2 Dubai-Pune flights had been to 'high-risk' countries, says official

None of the passengers who arrived in Pune by means of two Dubai-Pune flights on Saturday had traveled to any of the seven high-risk coronavirus-hit nations in the ultimate few weeks, an authentic said.

More than a hundred and ten passengers had been on-board the flights operated by way of SpiceJet and Air India Express.

The "high-risk nations", which have pronounced a giant quantity of nice instances of the novel coronavirus, are China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, France, Spain and Germany.

The Pune district administration had on Thursday introduced that passengers of Dubai-Pune flights would be positioned underneath "institutional quarantine", irrespective of whether or not they exhibit any signs and symptoms of the virus, if they had visited any of the high-risk nations after February 15.

"The SpiceJet and Air India flights from Dubai arrived at the Pune International Airport in the early hours of Saturday with 112 passengers on board of each the flights.

"On checking their tour history, we observed that none of the passengers had traveled to the seven high-risk nations after February 15," the reputable said.

All the passengers have been screened and no one used to be determined with signs of the disease.

"However, one passenger approached us and informed that he has a cough and cold. The passenger has been despatched to (civic-run) Naidu Hospital and quarantined," stated the official.

He delivered that all different passengers on each the flights have been requested to stay in quarantine at home.

There are at existing 10 established coronavirus sufferers in Pune.