Coronavirus: Indian evacuees to be sent home if final samples found negative, says ITBP spokesperson

Coronavirus: Indian evacuees to be sent home if final samples found negative, says ITBP spokesperson

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): While talking on suspected coronavirus inmates at the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) facility at Chhawla camp in New Delhi, spokesperson Vivek Pandey informed that if the final samples will be found negative, then they will be sent home by next week. "ITBP facility in Chhawla camp is functional right now. Total 406 inmates are there, final sampling is being done. 249 samples were taken yesterday (February 13), 157 samples are being taken today (February 14). Reports will be received in 2-3 days. If the final reports of the tests are found negative, then they will be sent home by next week." The Indian nationals, who were brought to India from China's Wuhan in the middle of novel coronavirus outbreak in the country, have been quarantined at the ITBP facility at Chhawla camp in Delhi for past 12 days.

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