Sunday, May 10, 2020

Syria Continues Evacuating Stranded Syrians Abroad due to COVID-19 Lockdowns

The Syrian government has managed to bring back two more flights to the country of stranded Syrians abroad due to the global grounding of flights and lockdown measures because of the COVID-19 pandemic panic spree.

Syria continues evacuating stranded Syrians abroad because of coronavirus lockdown

One of the flights arrived yesterday afternoon from the Sudanese capital Khartoum with 250 passengers on board, the other arrived later in the evening coming from Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, with 143 passengers.

The passengers were met upon arrival with the designated medical team, temperature scan and forms were completed and the passengers were taken by buses sanctioned by the government to the quarantine sites, most of the passengers were taken to the quarantine site in the University City of Homs, in the central region of the country and the rest to the quarantine center in Damascus.

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