Indian Navy’s Kochi base discharges 176 repatriated Indians Indian Navy’s Kochi base discharges 176 repatriated Indians

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Indian Navy’s Kochi base discharges 176 repatriated Indians after quarantine

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New Delhi. 05 June 2020. 176 Indians from Bahrain and Oman completed their mandated Quarantine period at Naval Base Kochi . The residents of the Southern Naval Command Covid Care Centre (CCC) for the past two weeks would now travel back to various parts of the country.

During their stay at the CCC they were provided with all meals, personal hygiene kits, supervised medical care, WiFi & telephone facilities, new BSNL SIM cards as well as currency exchange, amongst other basic amenities.

Indians from Bahrain and Oman

All residents  underwent the RT-PCR tests during their stay and have tested negative prior to discharge.

49 Indians from Oman were the last to depart the CCC today, whilst 127 from Bahrain left the Indian Navy Facility between 01 & 02 Jun.

Navy's Quarantine facility

The Navy’s Quarantine facility at Kochi with a 200 bed capacity was set up in Mar 20 and has been serving as a transit quarantine camp for naval personnel returning to Kochi on duty after leave. It was modified at short notice to cater for the arrival of personnel from Bahrain & Oman. The Camp is being managed by trained naval doctors and personnel from the School of Naval Airmen (SFNA) at Southern Naval Command.

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