Coronavirus: India brings back 36 foreigners and 76 nationals from Wuhan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had written to President Xi Jinping on 8 February expressing the solidarity of the people of India and the Indian Government with the people and Government of China and also offered assistance to China in this hour of need as a gift.
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Despair and pride in China's Wuhan as coronavirus lockdown eases
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Chinese wall stopping evacuation of Indian nationals from Wuhan
On February 17, India had announced that it will send a C-17 Globemaster with medical supplies to Wuhan and bring back its nationals as well as citizens from all neighbouring countries who were still stuck there. India evacuated 647 Indians, seven Maldivians and few Bangladesh nationals in two special Air India flights to Wuhan earlier this month.
Covid-19: India to send its largest military aircraft to evacuate more Indians from Wuhan
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COVID-19 epicentre Wuhan resumes bus services, China reports 47 new imported cases
While Hubei and Wuhan has not reported any new COVID-19 case, four people died in the city taking the death toll in China to 3,281, the National Health Commission (NHC) said. China on Wednesday said that no new domestically transmitted case was reported on the Chinese mainland on Tuesday.
Drop in China's new coronavirus cases; none in Wuhan for sixth day
The city of Wuhan, at the centre of the outbreak, reported no new cases for a sixth day, as businesses reopened and residents set about reclaiming a more normal life after a lockdown for almost two months.
China says coronavirus 'stemmed' in country; Wuhan begins easing restrictions
The country's National Health Commission (NHC) said that no new domestic cases of coronavirus have been reported but confirmed 39 imported infections as the government ramped up measures to strictly quarantine people coming from abroad to prevent a recurrence of the virus outbreak.
Extending closures in Wuhan may prevent second wave of COVID-19: Study
In the study, researchers, including those from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in the UK, used mathematical modelling to estimate that by lifting these control measures in March, a second wave of cases may occur in late August. However, they said, maintaining these restrictions until April, may delay a second peak until October.
PM Narendra Modi's letter of appreciation to crew involved in Wuhan evacuation
"The prime minister has issued a letter of appreciation to the team members of the evacuation operations. This letter would be handed over to the crew by the Minister of State for Civil Aviation," the PMO statement said. Air India had conducted an emergency evacuation operations from Wuhan, the epicentre of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China.
All 645 evacuated from Wuhan test negative for nCoV
Three medical students studying at the Wuhan University who returned to India recently tested positive for the virus. Besides, 510 samples were tested by ICMR network laboratories, of which all had tested negative except for the three already reported positive cases.
Govt decides to prepare for evacuation of Indians from coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China
Over 250 to 300 Indian students are reportedly stuck in Wuhan triggering concerns over their well-being.
Coronavirus outbreak: AI to send ‘special’ flight to evacuate Indians from Wuhan
Keeping in view of coronavirus, Air India is sending a ‘special’ flight to China on January 31. Atleast 400 Indians will be evacuated today ...
5 people among those evacuated from Wuhan admitted to military hospital
The five people were shifted to the Army's Base hospital after showing symptoms of cough and cold.
Coronavirus: 324 Indians evacuated from Wuhan, admitted to ITBP, Army facilities
As many as 324 Indians, evacuated from China's Wuhan city reached New Delhi and were admitted at the two quarantine facilities set up by the Army and the ITBP. None of them have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, officials said. Another flight of the airline, which departed for the Chinese city to bring back Indian nationals, reached Wuhan.
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