MHA issues guidelines for Indians stranded abroad


The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issues standard operating procedures for movement of Indian nationals stranded outside the country, as well as, for those persons stranded in India who are desirous to travel abroad for urgent reasons.

“Passengers found to be symptomatic shall be immediately taken to medical facility. Remaining passengers shall be taken to suitable institutional quarantine facilities to be arranged by respective states. These passengers shall be kept under institutional quarantine for 14 days.

“If they test negative after 14 days, they will be allowed to go home and will undertake self-monitoring of their health for 14 more days as per protocol. The remaining people will be shifted to medical facility by states/UTs governments,” the statement said.


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  1. What abt indian citzens stranded in Malaysia.I know of at least abt 100 that we the sikh gurdwara in jb malaysia who want to go back

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