Evacuating Stranded Indian citizens
Evacuating Stranded Indian citizens

Embassies are preparing a list of citizens and these facilities will be made available on a payment basis, non-scheduled commercial flights will be arranged for air travel, and the Government of India will facilitate the return of Indian citizens stranded abroad in a gradual manner from 7 May .

The medical examination of passengers will be carried out before travel and only asymptomatic travelers are allowed to travel during the flight, all these passengers must follow the protocols issued by the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Civil Aviation.

Upon reaching the destination, everyone will have to register in the Arogya Setu app and everyone will be medically examined.

After the examination, they will be isolated for 14 days, either in hospital or in institutional quarantine on a payment basis by the state concerned in question and a Corona test will be taken after 14 days and further measures will be taken according to the health protocols.

The Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Civil Aviation will soon share detailed information about it through their websites.