Indian Navy Sets up COVID-19 Quarantine Camp in Mumbai

The Western Naval Command (WNC) of the Indian Navy sets up a 100 bed quarantine center in Ghatkopar.


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Indian Navy Sets up COVID-19 Quarantine Camp in Mumbai

In accordance with a Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India directive of setting up COVID -19 quarantine facilities in the vicinity of 30 major airports, the Western Naval Command (WNC) of the Indian Navy has set up a 100-bed quarantine camp within the premises of Material Organisation Ghatkopar, Mumbai.

Medical professionals screening patients inside the Naval facility

On 13 Mar 20, on directives received from Headquarters, Integrated Defence Staff (IDS), the team from WNC received an Air Iran flight at Mumbai airport and shifted 44 Indian nationals to the quarantine facility. These evacuees will be kept under medical observation for two weeks.


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