Even actor Raveena Tandon could not stop herself from expressing her feeling after watching the video. (Photo Credit: Twitter)
How does feel to be home? Ask those 324 Indians who were evacuated from coronavirus-hit China on Saturday and were admitted to the two quarantine facilities set up by the Army and the ITBP. None of them have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
A video appears to show Indians quarantined at a facility in Haryana dancing in full spirit after their return from Wuhan, China, is going viral online. China is the epicentre of the outbreak of a novel coronavirus that has killed more than 300 people so far.
#WATCH Indian students who were brought back from Wuhan, China, dance at the quarantine facility of Indian Army in Manesar, Haryana, where they are currently lodged. #Coronavirus (Source - Indian Army) pic.twitter.com/tGDCTO0cNX— ANI (@ANI) February 2, 2020
During their stay at the camp in Manesar, a group of men, wearing masks, can be seen dancing to a Haryanvi song. The 15-second video, shared by the Army, has been widely circulated across social media. In the comments section of the post, netizens appreciated their enthusiasm.
Even actor Raveena Tandon could not stop herself from expressing her feeling after watching the video.
ðŸ˜‚ unstoppable ♥ï¸ÂÂÂ. My Sunday is made . https://t.co/184WnIMRLU— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) February 2, 2020
On Sunday, Air India's second special flight to Wuhan, landed in Delhi with 323 Indian and seven Maldivian citizens onboard. The first Air India flight brought back 324 Indians stranded in Wuhan on Saturday.
The Union Health Ministry said on Sunday that a second case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Kerala. The patient has been kept in isolation and is currently stable and being closely monitored. The first ever case of the virus in India was confirmed in Kerala's Thrissur on Thursday.
After the first case of coronavirus was reported in Kerala, 1793 people have been kept under observation in the state, all of whom returned from China recently.
Due to the outbreak, IndiGo has suspended all three flights between India and China. Air India has suspended its Delhi-Shanghai flight and curtailed the flight operations on the Delhi-Hong Kong route.
Five doctors from the Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital, who were onboard the first flight, were also present in the second flight, the spokesperson said.
Out of the 324 people that have been evacuated through first Air India flight, 56, 53 and 42 are from Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, respectively.
Air India has done such evacuations earlier also from countries such as Libya, Iraq, Yemen, Kuwait and Nepal.
(With PTI inputs)