Guj college students caught in China returning: CM

Guj college students caught in China returning: CM

At least 100 students from Gujarat staying in China had expressed their want to return home due to the outbreak of novel Coronavirus in Wuhan and some of them are coming returned from Beijing on Tuesday and Wednesday, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has said.

Rupani has suggested country chief secretary Anil Mukim to acquire all the facts about the students stranded in China and grant them essential assistance if they prefer to return, an respectable launch referred to on Tuesday.

"Around one hundred college students from Gujarat had expressed their desire to come again from China. Some of them are coming back from Beijing these days while closing students would return tomorrow. We are working in coordination with Indian as well as Chinese Government over the issue," the CM told reporters in Gandhinagar.

He stated the students will be screened upon their arrival in Gujarat.  two two  two two    The work to collect information on the students from Gujarat stuck in China will be carried out at the district level by the State Disaster Management Authority (GSDMA) and nation Relief Commissioner’s office.

The CM directed the state administration to stay in contact with the Central authorities and the Ministry of External Affairs to prolong help to the college students inclined to return from China, the launch stated.

In a precautionary measure, Vadodara’s Sir Sayajirao General Hospital has created a extraordinary isolation ward to admit any individual showing symptoms of the novel Coronavirus.

However, no such case has been said in Gujarat till now. "We have alerted all the principal authorities hospitals and clinical faculties in the state. We have sufficient inventory of drugs for patients and that of high nice masks and defensive dresses for medical doctors and staff. We urge people to stay alert but desist from growing any useless panic," Jayanti Ravi, Principal Secretary in the nation Health and Family Welfare Department, advised reporters.   two two    two two   two  two two