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ITBP to examine families arriving from Wuhan in separate facility amidst coronavirus outbreak

As per spokesperson Vivek Kumar Pandey, a team of doctors will be present at the facility, which has about 600 beds and has been prepared in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak

Indo-Tibetan Border Police has created a facility near ITBP Chhawla Camp, New Delhi for quarantine of approximately 600 Indian families arriving from Wuhan, China. Families and children will be taken to this facility from the Airport.

As per spokesperson Vivek Kumar Pandey, a team of doctors will be present at the facility, which has about 600 beds and has been prepared in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Those families kept at the centre will be given food, water and other basic amenities. The quantum of ITBP is 90,000  and is primarily tasked to guard the 3,488-km Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China under the command of the Union home ministry.

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