Coronavirus in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan|life|March 21, 2020 / 05:14 PM
11 citizens of Kyrgyzstan quarantined in India

AKIPRESS.COM - As many as 23 nationals from Vietnam and Kyrgyzstan, who were in Telangana reportedly for preaching, were Friday shifted to government-run hospitals in Hyderabad for coronavirus screening, Indian media report.

Twelve nationals from Vietnam and 11 from Kyrgyzstan, who were staying in two mosques in Nalgonda and Hyderabad, respectively, were shifted to hospitals here and kept in isolation wards.

Authorities shifted 11 Kyrgyzstan nationals from a mosque in Mallepally area of Hyderabad to a hospital on Friday.

Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao, who will be visiting Karimnagar on Saturday to instill confidence among people and monitor the measures taken to check the spread of Covid-19, has asked police and other departments to identify all those who came from abroad after March 1 and place them under quarantine. He said those who arrived in other cities but entered Telangana by trains or buses would be traced and quarantined.

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