176 Indian Citizens from Bahrain & Oman Complete Quarantine at Naval Base, Kochi

176 Indian Citizens from Bahrain & Oman Complete Quarantine at Naval Base, Kochi

176 Indian Citizens from Bahrain & Oman Complete Quarantine at Naval Base, Kochi: 176 Indians from Bahrain and Oman finished their ordered Quarantine period at Naval Base Kochi today. The occupants of the Southern Naval Command Covid Care Center (CCC) for as long as about fourteen days would now make a trip back to different pieces of the nation. 

During their stay at the CCC they were given all dinners, individual cleanliness units, regulated clinical consideration, WiFi& phone offices, new BSNL SIM cards just as cash trade, among other essential conveniences. 

All inhabitants experienced the RT-PCR tests during their remain and have tried negative preceding release. 

49 Indians from Oman were the last to leave the CCC today, while 127 from Bahrain left the Indian Navy Facility between 01 and 02 Jun. 

The Navy's Quarantine office at Kochi with a 200 bed limit was set up in Mar 20 and has been filling in as a travel isolate camp for maritime staff coming back to Kochi on the job after leave. It was changed at short notification to cook for the appearance of faculty from Bahrain and Oman. The Camp is being overseen via prepared maritime specialists and work force from the School of Naval Airmen (SFNA) at Southern Naval Command. 

The Indian Navy has gone all out in supporting the country in its fight against COVID-19 and keeps on satisfying its purpose towards devoting Har Kaam Desh Ke Naam

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