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2,100 foreigners visited India for Tablighi actitivities since Jan 1: Govt

The home ministry also said a total of 303 Tablighi activists had symptoms of Covid-19 and were referred to different hospitals in Delhi

People who showed coronavirus symptoms being taken to various hospitals from Nizamuddin area in New Delhi (Photo-Dalip Kumar)
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People who showed coronavirus symptoms being taken to various hospitals from Nizamuddin area in New Delhi (Photo-Dalip Kumar)

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The government on Tuesday said 2,100 foreigners visited India for Tablighi activities since January 1 and all of them first reported at Tablighi Jammat's headquarters in Delhi's Nizamuddin, which has apparently become a coronavirus hotspot.
The home ministry also said a total of 303 Tablighi activists had symptoms of Covid-19 and were referred to different hospitals in Delhi.
In a statement, the home ministry also said so far 1,339 Tabligh Jamaat workers have been shifted to Narela, Sultanpuri and Bakkarwala quarantine facilities, as well as to LNJP, RGSS, GTB, DDU Hospitals in Delhi and AllMS, Jhajjar (Haryana).
Rest of them are being currently

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First Published: Mar 31 2020 | 8:39 PM IST

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