Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Chennai International Airport resumes 'safe' operations

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The airport is focussing on its re-equipped entry protocols with touchless points, hand hygiene and thorough disinfection of travellers luggage. 

 

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Chennai International Airport has resumed safe operations.

With relaxation in movement norms, there has been an increase in Chennai based flight operations. 

Authorities have also set up isolation rooms with emergency facilities within the premises.

According to the airport officials, the airport is focussing on its re-equipped entry protocols with touchless points, hand hygiene and thorough disinfection of travellers luggage. 

As per the report, effective preventions have also enabled the airport to resume its international operations with Dubai bound flights. 

Meanwhile, People have become more aware of the measures to contain the virus and they are following the precautionary measures as soon as they enter the airport.

The airport authorities also taking care of the precautionary measures like sanitisation and providing sanitisers, face shield, PPE Kit to the passengers.

Meanwhile, a total of 5,584 fresh Covid-19 cases were reported in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, taking the overall tally to 4,80,524. As many as 78 deaths were reported taking the toll to 8,090. 

Chennai on Wednesday reported 993 cases. The city’s overall cases have now reached 1,44,595. 

The total number of recoveries surged to 4,23,231. There are 49,203 active cases in the state.
 

With inputs from Agency

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