January27 , 2022

Arrivals “Smooth”, Says Delhi Airport As New Rules Over Omicron Begin

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In Delhi, constructive travellers will likely be shifted to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital.

New Delhi:

The Delhi airport tweeted this morning that operations for worldwide arrivals from “at-risk” international locations are working clean as contemporary journey tips for brand spanking new Covid variant, Omicron, kicked in final night time.

The variant, first detected in South Africa, poses a “very high” danger globally, the World Health Organization has warned, setting off alarm bells internationally.

“Operations for International arrivals are running smooth after the implementation of the New guidelines laid down by @MoHFW_INDIA,” the airport tweeted.

“Total 1013 passengers from 4 ‘at risk’ flights, successfully completed arrival formalities due to availability of Rapid PCR Test along with RTPCR test. 792 passengers decided to take Rapid PCR Test and 221 passengers opted for RT-PCR Test,” it stated in one other put up.

In Delhi, constructive travellers will likely be shifted to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital. Their samples will instantly be despatched to the INSACOG Labs community, a multi-laboratory, multi-agency, pan-India community arrange by the federal government to observe genomic variations within the SARS-CoV-2. Those testing damaging should bear a compulsory house quarantine for 7 days and once more undergo an RT-PCR Test.

 

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