Coronavirus: Chinese citizen not allowed to enter India, returned after an investigation

India was coming from China via Nepal,Coronavirus symptoms were not found in the test
Immigration check post also asked Indian officers for health test

The health department’s team is also vigilant on the Indo-Nepal border amid fears spreading across the country on the coronavirus. On Tuesday night, a Chinese national coming to India from Nepal was returned to Nepal under a security check post.

The health of a Chinese citizen was also tested there due to Coronavirus. During this time the Indian officers and employees present there have also been asked to be vigilant and perform health tests.

On Tuesday, a Chinese citizen was coming from Nepal towards India. After stopping him at the immigration check post in Banbasa, a team of doctors tested his health under the Coronavirus. Although he did not have symptoms of the corona, he was returned to Nepal due to security reasons.

ACMO Dr. HS Hyanki said that the Chinese citizen coming directly from China has been returned under instructions not to come to India. It was reported that a Chinese citizen Sun Yoon Can Lily is from a city of Sandown, who went from Delhi to China on 6 January and from there to Kathmandu in Nepal on 9 February.

She wanted to enter India from Nepal via Banbasa on Tuesday 11 February. But on the instructions of the Health Department high officials, she was asked to go back to Nepal to stop the Banbasa immigration check post.

Her passport and visa are found to be correct. On this occasion, Dr. Sanjay, HV Ganesh Chand, Additional Chief Medical Officer, Dr. HS Hyanki, Medical Officer-in-charge Banbasa Dr. Mohammad Omar and Pharmacist Prakash Bhatt, Dharamvir Singh, besides SSB personnel and Immigration Check Post officials and staff were present.

The ACMO has instructed Dr. HS Hyanki to keep Indian officials and personnel present during the investigation in the immigration check post of the said Chinese citizen under the supervision of the Health Department for 14 days. He has been asked to inform the Health Department team immediately if there is any symptom of an upper respiratory tract infection.

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