If you are one of the many indian nationals who under coronakrisen have been caught in the Maldives, one can possibly look forward to a evacuation a little out of the ordinary.
instead of downloading the citizens in the aircraft, as many other countries have done, the indian authorities have chosen to give evakueringsopgaven for the warships INS Magar and the INS Jalashwa - the indian navy's largest ship.
It writes the Times of India.
the flax and should, when the armed forces are involved, the evacuation has been dubbed 'Operation Samudra Setu' (Operation Havbro).
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According to the Times of India, the two warships already downloaded the first 900 nationals back to their home country, and the INS Jalashwa is now on the way back to the Maldives in order to download 700 more.
a total Of 4500 indian nationals have expressed that they would like to home. All, however, will not be picked up by the warships. Photo: Arunchandra Bose/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
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Who lives around 27,000 indian nationals in the Maldives, but it is far from all, which will be downloaded home.
the Media writes, that approximately 4,500 people want to return in India, but only between 1800 and 2000, to get a seat at one of the two warships.
When the nationals return home, they must go in the 14-day isolation. India has, according to the Johns Hopkins University registered just over 82.000 case of covid-19, while the 2649 at the time of writing are recorded dead. The maldives has 982 infected and four died at the time of writing.
the Country has been shut down for six weeks, and in the course of decommissioning has 122 million. people, according to the Finance lost their jobs.