Coronavirus: Doctors monitor evacuees from China at Delhi quarantine centre
Doctors continue to keep a close watch on evacuees from China amid the Coronavirus scare. The 112 evacuees brought from China on February 27, 2020, are being kept at the quarantine facility set up at the Indo-Tibetan Border Police’s Chhawla camp in the national capital. Although all of them have tested negative for the Covid-19 disease, they are still under strict observation. The evacuees include 76 Indian and 36 foreign nationals. In the first week of February, India had evacuated over 600 of its citizens from the epicentre of the Coronavirus outbreak - Wuhan.