Sun. Jun 20th, 2021

Domestic Passengers Will Subjected To Thermal scanning at RGIA

For all passengers arriving at Shamshabad airport in domestic flights from Monday, 25th May 2020, will be subjected to thermal scanning by the State health officials.

By the fresh guidelines on screening of domestic and international air travellers, which was issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Sunday, Health Minister, Eatala Rajender directed health authorities to ensure all the guidelines were strictly implemented at the RGIA airport.

These guidelines will be implemented not only for domestic air travellers but also for the migrants returning to Telangana in buses and trains. At the time thermal screening, the domestic passengers found with any symptoms will be shifted to a health care facility for coronavirus testing.

And the domestic air travellers with no symptoms will be allowed to go home with an advice to self-monitor their health condition for 14 days.

The fresh guidelines will provide relief to foreign evacuees who came back to Hyderabad in international flights as part of Vande Bharat Mission and are still in 14 day quarantine.

Rajender last week, while interacting with Union Health Minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan had urged for relaxations of 14 day quarantine period for international evacuees.

“Several foreign evacuees who were in quarantine have heart and kidney diseases. And some people are the cancer patients and few are pregnant women and are facing health complications during their quarantine period and we requested that they must be released after seven days quarantine”.

Etala Rajender directed the health officials to meticulously track all the persons who are in home quarantine.

Domestic Passengers Will Subjected To Thermal scanning at RGIA

For all passengers arriving at Shamshabad airport in domestic flights from Monday, 25th May 2020, will be subjected to thermal scanning by the State health officials.

By the fresh guidelines on screening of domestic and international air travellers, which was issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Sunday, Health Minister, Eatala Rajender directed health authorities to ensure all the guidelines were strictly implemented at the RGIA airport.

These guidelines will be implemented not only for domestic air travellers but also for the migrants returning to Telangana in buses and trains. At the time thermal screening, the domestic passengers found with any symptoms will be shifted to a health care facility for coronavirus testing.

And the domestic air travellers with no symptoms will be allowed to go home with an advice to self-monitor their health condition for 14 days.

The fresh guidelines will provide relief to foreign evacuees who came back to Hyderabad in international flights as part of Vande Bharat Mission and are still in 14 day quarantine.

Rajender last week, while interacting with Union Health Minister, Dr. Harsh Vardhan had urged for relaxations of 14 day quarantine period for international evacuees.

“Several foreign evacuees who were in quarantine have heart and kidney diseases. And some people are the cancer patients and few are pregnant women and are facing health complications during their quarantine period and we requested that they must be released after seven days quarantine”.

Etala Rajender directed the health officials to meticulously track all the persons who are in home quarantine.

He said, If any passenger who was under home quarantine develop any symptoms, they will be shifted to Gandhi Hospital for testing.

He said, If any passenger who was under home quarantine develop any symptoms, they will be shifted to Gandhi Hospital for testing.

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