Watch: Indian evacuees from Wuhan dance at Indian Army's quarantine facility in Manesar

Edited By: Sparshita Saxena WION Web Team
New Delhi, India Published: Feb 02, 2020, 07.01 PM(IST)

Over 300 people who landed in Delhi in a special flight earlier today are currently lodged in an Indian Army quarantine facility in Manesar, Haryana near the national capital.  Photograph:( ANI )

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The video was shared by the Indian Army and shows Indian students dancing to happy tunes on their arrival in Delhi from the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak in China's Wuhan. 

As the special Air India plane carrying 323 Indian citizens from Wuhan, China landed in Delhi, those who got evacuated expressed happiness on their arrival. 

In a video, Indian students who were brought back from Wuhan today were seen dancing at the quarantine facility of Indian Army in Manesar, Haryana.

The video was shared by the Indian Army and shows Indian students dancing to happy tunes on their arrival in Delhi from the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak in China's Wuhan. 

Also read: Coronavirus - India temporarily suspends e-visa facility for Chinese and foreigners residing in China 

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Over 300 people who landed in Delhi in a special flight earlier today are currently lodged in an Indian Army quarantine facility in Manesar, Haryana near the national capital. 

Meanwhile, New Delhi on Sunday temporarily suspended e-visa facility for Chinese travellers and foreigners residing in China in the wake of virulent coronavirus that has killed more than 300 people, infected 14,562 others and spread to 25 countries, including India, the US and the UK.

Also read: Hong Kong University study says China fudged coronavirus numbers 

"Due to certain current developments, travel to India on e-visas stands temporarily suspended with immediate effect," the Indian Embassy announced.

The flu-like coronavirus, which is believed to have originated in a market that traded illegally in wildlife in Hubei's provincial capital Wuhan, has so far resulted in 304 deaths in China, state broadcaster CCTV said early on Sunday in China. Confirmed cases of the virus have been reported in 27 other nations, according to the CDC.

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