Hundred and twenty-seven Indian nationals who showed up at Cochin International Airport from Bahrain On Sunday by an exceptional Gulf Air flight, were isolated at School for Naval Airmen (SFNA).
As indicated by the Navy, “the 127 Indian deportees from Bahrain, who showed up at Cochin International Airport by a unique Gulf Air flight are being isolated at the School for Naval Airmen (SFNA).”
The deportees were brought from the air terminal by extraordinary KSRTC transports under the aegis of locale organization and gave over to maritime specialists at the maritime base, Kochi.
They would be given over to the state organizations after the compulsory 14 days isolate period.
The Navy’s Quarantine office at Kochi with a 200-bed limit was set up on March 20 and has been filling in as a travel isolate camp for maritime staff coming back to Kochi for obligation after leave. The Camp is being overseen via prepared maritime specialists and work force from the Southern Naval Command.