Coronavirus: 2 youths on stranded ship released


Team Udayavani, Feb 11, 2020, 4:15 PM IST

Mangaluru: Two youths, who were stranded at Hong Kong port because of fear about Caronavirus infection suspicion were released and will begin their journey back home soon, as their marriages are set to be held shortly, informed sources.

Gaurav one of the stranded youth’s marriage was scheduled to take place on February 10 but had to be postponed at the last minute due to unexpected developments. Meanwhile, other youth from Kasargod, whose marriage is scheduled to be held at Puttur on February 16 is also learnt to have been released.

After medical tests confirmed that none of the passengers and crew of the cruise ship were infected with Coronavirus, they were allowed to go, informed sources.

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