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34 Nagpur students stranded in Malaysia in COVID-19 lockdown


As the risk of the fatal virus called COVID 19 spread is on the rise, we see the lockdown all across the world. India is not alone to call this lockdown but other nations too have joined in this call as given by the World Health Organization. This has suspended all the flights and other modes of transport in the city and outside the country as well. This has kept stranded people all across the world. These include the 34 students of Nagpur as well who are stranded in Malaysia as the flights are cancelled.

As per reports, 34 students from the Sri Balasaheb Tirpude College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, near Seminary Hill Nagpur were seen going for their summer internship program in Malaysia. While they were having their internship program in the said country, the lockdown was announced which suspended all the transportation including the international and domestic flights. The college authority while talking about the issue claimed that they have written a letter to the Indian Embassy for helping the students and are waiting for their reply.

The students are seen healthy at the moment and they have all the basic amenities as given by the local authority in the country. They were provided their requirement after getting the direction and guidance from the consulate. Hence the students are now getting food, money, and several other basic things. The college authority has assured that the students are safe and healthy and would return to the city once the flights resume. As per reports, they have not found any sort of symptoms of COVID-19.

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