30 people on Air India flight found Corona positive upon arrival in Italy, all 242 people on board put under quarantine
At least 30 people on Air India flight from Amritsar which was on its way to Rome, have been tested positive for Covid-19. They have been put under quarantine by the Italian government. Also, rising cases in India are a matter of grave concern.
At least 30 people on Air India’s Amritsar-Rome flight have found Corona positive, last Wednesday, as per the aviation industry sources, reported PTI.
At least 30 people on board Air India's Amritsar-Rome flight last Wednesday were found positive for COVID-19 on arrival: Aviation industry sources
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Also, out of the 30 people, 2 were crew members. Well, all 242 people who were on board have been put under quarantine by the Italian government.
In addition to this, the Italian government issued an order, which said that all passengers arriving from India would be kept in isolation for 10 days. And the site is to be decided by the officials.
Well, India sees no sign of relief in the second wave of Covid-19 contagion. The country has reported 3,68,060 Covid cases in a span of 24 hours, while the total figure stands at 19.9 million.
Additionally, the hospitals in the national capital plead for oxygen as they face a shortage of the same. The shortage of oxygen in the country has put lots of patients to death.
According to the union health ministry, there are a few states in the country that require more effort and attention than the rest.
Though, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, etc are some of the states where the intensity of Covid-19 is high and needs to be bestowed special attention on. Also, these are the states with more than 1 lakh active cases.
Well, In order to combat the shortage of oxygen in the country, the government has already decided to modify the industrial plants in such a way that they are capable of oxygen production.
With a view to accelerating the human resource availability, it has been decided to deploy the MBBS pass-outs/MBBS final year students/nurses working as interns in Covid management & Covid duties.