The fear of coronavirus is increasing with every day. The Chinese capital, Beijing, also has the first death due to the virus. So far, 80 people have died in China alone. Meanwhile, more than 200 students and employees are also reported to be stranded in the Wuhan province of China. The government of India has issued efforts to evacuate all Indians safely. The central government may take steps to bring back the trapped Indian people in Wuhan city of China. If an officer is to be believed, the corona virus can be decided only after a meeting. At the same time, the Indian government’s ship queen ministry can start screening people coming from China at international ports to prevent the virus from spreading within the country.
The Indian embassy said that its diplomats held a meeting with officials of China’s foreign ministry on Monday. The embassy said in a note circulated on social media, ‘In the meeting, the Chinese authorities informed of the steps taken by them to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. Various options to expel foreign nationals from Wuhan / Hubei Province were also discussed.
He said, “We will continue talks with the Chinese authorities to ensure the well-being of Indian citizens in Hubei Province.” We will give you information after getting any further information from the Chinese authorities.
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The embassy said that the Foreign Affairs Office in Hubei has provided two helpline numbers (027-87122256 and 87811173) at which the provincial authorities can be contacted anytime.
The embassy also tweeted on Monday that it can be contacted for any emergency in addition to the three hotlines (+8618610952903, +8618612083629, +8618612083617) on the email id firstname.lastname@example.org .
The embassy has also requested Indians stranded in China to provide their passport information.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani spoke to Foreign Minister S Jaishankar regarding Coronavirus. Discussed the steps taken for the medical and safety of 100 Gujarati students in China. Apart from this, Kerala Chief Minister P. Vijayan has also written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in this regard. He has demanded Modi to airlift the stranded Indian people in Wuhan.
All countries are checking travelers coming from other countries. Simultaneously, the Cabinet Secretary held a meeting on Monday to review the situation arising out of the coronavirus outbreak in China. The meeting was attended by Secretaries of Health, Foreign Affairs, Civil Aviation, Labor, Defense, Information Broadcasting and Member Secretary, National Disaster Management Authority, Director General (Armed Forces Medical Services).
The cabinet secretary was told that 137 flights were screened till Sunday (total passenger 29,707) and samples of 12 passengers have been sent to the National Institute of Virology, Pune. No positive cases have been reported so far.