Indore: A 44-year-old woman found infected with corona virus was barred from boarding An II's Indore-Dubai flight in a quick investigation at Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport in Indore on Wednesday. The woman, a resident of Dubai, was then admitted to a local hospital. Most surprisingly, the woman has already taken a total of four doses of two different covid-19 anti-vaccines. Yes, recently, Dr. Priyanka Kaurava, Medical Officer, Department of Health informed about this. "Every passenger on the weekly Indore-Dubai flight is checked rapid RT-PCR at the local airport. According to the prescribed procedure, 89 passengers were examined today (Wednesday) and a 44-year-old woman involved was found infected with corona virus. '
He further said that the infected woman hails from Dubai and had come to India 12 days ago to attend her brother-in-law's wedding in the nearby town of Mhow. At the same time, he said, "The woman had taken two doses each of anti-covid vaccines of Sinoform and Pfizer between January and August. He further informed that the woman found infected in a quick RT-PCR check at the local airport is not currently prone to epidemics, but told the health department team at the airport that she had a cold and cough problem four days ago. He also said that the infected woman has been admitted to the Government Manorama Raje TB Hospital in Indore.
Let me tell you that earlier, a 26-year-old man was stopped from boarding an Indore-Dubai flight on September 15, a 68-year-old woman on October 13 and a 72-year-old woman on October 27 on an Air India flight every Wednesday because these passengers were found infected with corona virus in a quick check at the local airport.