Turkey’s Directorate General of Migration Management has elevated precautionary measures at repatriation and short-term refuge centers as a way to defend refugees, migrants and personnel in opposition to the Corona Virus pandemic.
All personnel working at repatriation centers got a briefing by the provincial well being directorates concerning the Corona Virus and had been knowledgeable about obligatory precautions and safety strategies.
As consideration to hygiene has elevated, thermometers, disinfectants and cleansing supplies have been equipped to repatriation centers.
Health operations have been ongoing as migrants and refugees already bear medical examinations earlier than their settlement to the centers at pre-admission areas.
Following their medical examination, migrants and refugees are taken to particular sections to finish their 14-day quarantine. During this course of, any deportation or launch process doesn’t happen.
During the 14-day quarantine, medical doctors appointed by provincial well being directorates observe migrants’ signs. When any symptom of excessive fever or cough is noticed, migrants are despatched to the hospital instantly. After finishing any obligatory remedy, migrants are settled again in repatriation centers if their COVID-19 assessments are damaging.
Also, guests are banned for an indefinite time interval. To date, there have been zero COVID-19 instances recorded in repatriation centers.
The virus that was first detected in China final December has contaminated greater than 788,000 folks in 178 nations, in line with the Johns Hopkins University’s Corona Virus Resource Center.
In Turkey, greater than 10,000 folks have examined optimistic and 168 folks have died.