Coronavirus: Hotels Deny Accommodation To Spanish Cyclist In Assam

According to reports, Pablu Alberto Fernandez Garcia, who is currently on a world tour, had reached Silchar from Meghalaya on Thursday and was looking for a hotel room to spend a night

Silchar: A Spanish cyclist was supposedly denied settlement by the lodgings situated in the territory because of the dread of coronavirus pandemic. As per reports, Pablu Alberto Fernandez Garcia, who is at present on a world visit, had come to Silchar from Meghalaya on Thursday and was searching for a lodging to go through a night.

In any case, all the lodgings declined to give him convenience.

Afterward, Garcia arrived at the police headquarters in the region, after which he was given convenience in the administration circuit house. Garcia was additionally tried negative for the coronavirus and he left for the Mizoram the next day.

Addressing ANI, Dr Ajit Bhattacharjee, Surveillance Officer, Cachar area, stated: “The individual had show up in India a few days prior. As indicated by our rules, if any individual shows up here in the wake of going through over 14 days abroad, that individual would be isolated. At the point when we got data of the Spanish individual, we tried him at the common medical clinic, and his outcome turned out to be negative.”

A sum of 110 instances of coronavirus, including 17 remote nationals, have been affirmed across India, Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said on Sunday.A aggregate of 33 cases has been accounted for from Maharashtra, the greatest in the nation, trailed by Kerala (22). The infection had first risen in China’s Wuhan city in December a year ago.

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