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Mumbai Airport Blocks Special Corridor For Indian Students Arriving From Ukraine

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Mumbai: Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Worldwide Airport (CSMIA) has blocked a particular hall for the Indian college students, who’ve been evacuated from Ukraine.

Confirming the identical, the CSMIA spokesperson mentioned the evacuated college students can be arriving in Mumbai by AI1944 at ETA at 8 p.m. on Saturday.

“In mild of the present disaster in Ukraine, CSMIA is extending full assist to the evacuation of the stranded Indian college students who’re arriving in Mumbai at present by AI1944 at ETA 20:00 hours,” said the CSMIA spokesperson, ANI reported.

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The airport has blocked a particular hall for the arrival passengers.

The Airport Well being Group (APHO) staff will probably be conducting obligatory temperature checks on the airport as per the rules laid down by the federal government, the CSMIA spokesperson mentioned.

The spokesperson added that the passengers can be required to provide both a COVID-19 vaccination certificates or a damaging RT-PCR check report on the time of arrival.

The CSMIA spokesperson additional mentioned that in case any passenger just isn’t capable of present any of the paperwork on the time of arrival then they must endure RT-PCR testing on the airport.

The spokesperson added that the price of the identical can be borne by the airport.

These passengers would have the ability to depart the airport solely after testing damaging.

If any passenger is examined optimistic, they shall be clinically managed as per the protocols laid down by the federal government.

As well as, the CSMIA is enterprise steps to smoothen the method for the younger college students arriving on the airport.

The CSMIA has fenced in a particular space on the airport for the arrival passengers to take a seat and can present them with free WiFi codes, distribute meals and water bottles.

The CSMIA will even present them with any steerage or medical help if required on the time of arrival.

In the meantime, Exterior Affairs Minister Dr S. Jaishankar knowledgeable that the primary flight to Mumbai with 219 Indians evacuated from Ukraine has taken off from Romania.

“We’re making progress. Our groups are engaged on the bottom around the clock. I’m personally monitoring,” he added, ANI reported.


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