More than 200 Koreans have returned from India, where the Corona 19 pandemic is spreading.

Asiana Airlines' special flight departing from Kempegoda Airport in Bengaluru, Bengaluru in southern India, with 204 local residents and 204 people, including one Indian, arrived at Incheon International Airport at around 6:20 am today (7th).

Immediately after returning home, Korean residents are required to go to a temporary living facility to undergo a diagnostic test and stay in isolation for 7 days even if a negative is heard.

In addition, even if the diagnostic test before leaving the facility is negative, you must self-isolate for a week, and the day before self-isolation is released, you must undergo a total of three tests, including another diagnostic test.

It is the second time that Indian citizens returned to Korea on a special plane, following 173 people on the 4th.

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