Coronavirus: Indian Consulate in Dubai warns against repatriation scams

Coronavirus: Indian Consulate in Dubai warns against repatriation scams
Coronavirus: Indian Consulate in Dubai warns against repatriation scams

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - A Central Industrial Security Force personnel wearing protective gear stands guard as he waits for Indian citizens flown home from Dubai by Air India flight to arrive at the Anna International Airport. AFP

Medical staff collect a sample from an Indian citizen flown home from Dubai by Air India flight. AFP

Indian citizens flown home from Dubai by Air India flight, arrive at the Anna International Airport. AFP

Indian citizens queue at Kuwait International Airport before boarding a repatriation flight to India. AFP

Indian Naval Ship (INS) Magar, the second Indian Naval ship to reach the Maldives for repatriation of Indian citizens, departing. EPA/INDIAN NAVY HANDOUT

Indian nationals board a bus that will take them to a quarantine hotel after landing from London into Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. AFP

Indian citizens transfer to a quarantine centre after arriving from the Maldives where the warship INS Jalashwa was dispatched to bring them home. AFP

Stranded Indian passengers who arrived by an Air India flight from Singapore waits for transportation. EPA

Stranded Indian passengers who arrived by an Air India flight from Singapore waits to come out of the terminal. EPA

Stranded Indian passengers who arrived by an Air India flight from Singapore waits to come out of the terminal. EPA

Indian nationals in Oman wear face masks due to the Covid-19 pandemic as they have their body temperatures measured at a terminal in Muscat International Airport. AFP

A man wearing latex gloves and a mask as he checks airline tickets and travel documents in Muscat. AFP

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