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Students rescued from China dance at Manesar coronavirus isolation facility

Indian students, who were brought back from China in view of coronavirus outbreak, danced at the quarantine facility of the Indian Army here on Sunday.

ANI | Manesar (Haryana) | Updated: 02-02-2020 19:03 IST | Created: 02-02-2020 19:03 IST
Students rescued from China dance at Manesar coronavirus isolation facility
Students rescued from China dancing at the quarantine facility in Manesar in Haryana on Sunday. Photo/ANI. Image Credit: ANI

Indian students, who were brought back from China in view of coronavirus outbreak, danced at the quarantine facility of the Indian Army here on Sunday. The facility consists of accommodation barracks for the students, administrative areas and medical facility area where the students are monitored by a team of qualified doctors and other staff members.

The facility has been divided into sectors, each with a maximum capacity to accommodate 50 students. Each barrack has been further subdivided. Those living in sectors will not be allowed to intermingle with each other. Coronavirus has so far claimed 259 lives in China alone, while positive cases have been reported from several countries across the world.

The Central government has also issued a travel advisory, asking the people to refrain from travelling to China. (ANI)

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