The four Dutchmen and two Chinese family members, who arrived from the Chinese city of Wuhan at Eindhoven air base on 9 February, have completed their home quarantine in 'good health', the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports on Sunday. The six people are not infected with the COVID-19 virus.
The GGD Brabant-Zuidoost has followed the six evacuees for fourteen days. No one received any complaints during that period, as a result of which the persons' quarantine was lifted. This means that the people no longer have to report to the GGD and may have contact with other people again.
At the beginning of February, 15 Dutch people and two Chinese partners arrived at the airbase. Also in this group no one appeared to be infected with the corona virus.
The six of whom quarantine was lifted on Sunday were unable to travel with the earlier evacuees. Why the four Dutchmen and their Chinese relatives could not travel with us, the ministry leaves out.
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