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Indian expats from Saudi, Kuwait stranded in UAE get free lodging

DUBAI: Round 300
expats, largely Indians,
stranded
in
UAE after
Saudi Arabia and
Kuwait closed their borders to forestall the unfold of the brand new pressure of the coronavirus have been supplied
free
lodging, in line with a media report on Friday.

The
expats have taken an oblique route of flying by way of the United Arab Emirates to
Saudi and
Kuwait since there have been no direct flights
from their house international locations, the Gulf Information reported.

They have been caught off guard with the information about flight suspensions
in their international locations of residence, after ending a 14-day necessary quarantine
in lodges and different paid
lodging
in the
UAE, it mentioned.

Saudi Arabia and
Kuwait have closed their land and sea borders and suspended business flights over fears concerning the new coronavirus pressure, which is spreading quick
in the UK.

Dubai Markaz Centre’s volunteers’ wing
Indian Cultural Basis (ICF) tied up with development agency Aasa Group to rearrange the
free
lodging and meals to the
stranded passengers, the report mentioned.

A lot of the 300
stranded
expats are
from the south
Indian state of Kerala, mentioned Abdul Salam Saquafi, ICF public relations supervisor.



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