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Coronavirus lockdown: Special ships between Port Blair, Chennai to transport those stranded

IndiaTimes Friday, 1 May 2020
The decision was taken after the Centre on Wednesday issued fresh directives allowing states to transport stranded people to their home states or destination amid the Covid-19-induced lockdown. Further, all persons arriving in Port Blair will be mandatorily quarantined for 14 days and they will be required to give an undertaking regarding this before boarding, it said. Officials said those who want to travel will have to register themselves by 5 pm on May 2.
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