South Korea’s Central Disaster Security Response Department informed on May 2nd that the South Korean government will arrange for a charter flight to withdraw from India on the 4th and 7th of this month.
According to the arrangements of the South Korean Central Disaster Security Response Department, 173 South Korean citizens will be withdrawn from India on the 4th and 221 South Korean citizens will be withdrawn on the 7th.
In order to prevent the Variant coronavirus into the territory, the South Korean government from April 24 to stop all flights to and from India, the South Korean government sent charter flights to withdraw stranded South Korean citizens in India.
South Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare said the government will also arrange evacuation flights on the 15th and 17th of this month, is currently recruiting passengers.
According to the quarantine quarantine regulations of the Korean Central Emergency Management Department, immigrants from India, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Africa and other countries and regions where the variant virus is found should immediately undergo two days and one night of targeted isolation, nucleic acid test negative and then transferred to the domestic place of residence or personal arrangements for isolation at home isolation.
According to the Central Emergency Management Department, the withdrawal of expatriates from India will strictly abide by the provisions of the South Korean pandemic prevention department, to accept quarantine and testing procedures.