The train transporting other people and 1,141 students from Chennai will arrive around midnight Tuesday at the Jiribam railway station of Manipur. Fifty buses had reached the railroad station to bring them to Imphal. They will be screened for COVID-19 by the doctors and paramedics camping at the channel.
Officials stated that students, workers, and others, for example, cancer sufferers who went for treatment to States, will probably be attracted back into Manipur. For accommodation, the returnees centers have been opened. There is from Punjab and neighboring towns A railway set to deliver back Manipuris on May 13. Manipuris stranded in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, Gujarat, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh will be transported back home till May 20.
Chief secretary of Manipur J. Suresh Babu said that relatives of the passengers would not have the ability to meet the passengers at the station or the quarantine centers.
Complaints are growing from some centers that are quarantine that the food supplied to the inmates is not sufficient. Besides, the majority of the centers have no drinking water or facilities for washing hands. Some prisoners of a center at Sainik school at Pangei at Imphal east district stated that there were two bathrooms and washrooms.
One inmate stated that there was no sewer or sewer system with the consequence that the filthy water has been clogged.