外文标题：6 passengers isolated at Delhi airport over Ebola fears
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: Six passengers who arrived at Indira Gandhi International airport on Tuesday morning have been isolated over Ebola fears.
The isolated passengers have been sent to RML hospital for further tests.
A total of 112 stranded Indians will arrive at Delhi and Mumbai airports from Ebola-hit countries on Tuesday.
Some of these passengers will first reach Delhi and then fly to Mumbai by domestic airlines flight.
Elaborate precautionary arrangements have been put in place at Mumbai and Delhi airport to screen the passengers.
According to Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), Ethiopian Airline, Emirates, Etihad, Qatar, Jet and South African Airways are flying these passengers to Mumbai.
Mial also said the baggage of the flights need to be kept separate by the concerned airline in their custody, adding that disinfection of the flight will be carried out once all passengers would be deboarded.
Arun Pasricha (Unknown)
God forbid If ebola spreads in India, it may take a heavy toll of life. It will spread like wild fire. Every Indian citizen including Government officials must take extra care and precautions. stop people going to these countries – especially the new ones. People coming from these countries please double check them and then only allow them to travel in India. They may be carry the germs
i hope it does not spread more now and cure for the same is found.
jayant bhatt (Unknown)
we have received message that ”Ebola” is very dangerous ,a viral product, which create many complication in our body therefore more care required,
Sagar Kulkarni (Bangalore, India)
I came from Nigeria couple of weeks back.. Very surprising to see at Mumbai Airport, they gave a sheet of paper asking questions and no physical check up was done…. While in Nigeria, at least they checked body temperature through a scanning machine and left the person who were ok… This shows how our Government is serious in tackling Ebola.. Please ensure you check each and every passenger instead of just targeting some airlines.
Hare Krushna (Unknown)
Proper tests should be done to the incoming passengers, so that this should not spread in India
This is indeed scary and worry some. Hope we don’t get any passengers let out who might be carrying the deadly virus.
This is most worrisome. Since we are badly equipped to fight such a virus or any pandemic, it will spread fast like wild fire. Enough to kill millions. No need for war with the Pakis.
amair mohammed (dubai)
stop issuing visas for those countries which are effected by ebola virus
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Take every step to prevent it from spreading in India. We as it is have many problems. We do not want one more.
Abhijit Das ()
Pray to God that this virus not spread in our country.
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SCL P (India)
Why did the bustards go there in the first place? They have endangered the well being of the whole nation.
Thomas Cheenath (India)
these passengers should be thoroughly checked up in hospitals
Hats off to Indian officials , in taking necessary actions in preventing Ebola from Spreading into India. Prevention is better than cure.!
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