Kuala Lampur, Malaysia – 195 Maldivians stranded in Malaysia have been brought back home to Maldives.
The flight was which operated by Maldivian, the national carrier of Maldives originated from Kuala Lampur and landed in Velana International Airport yesterday.
All 195 passengers have been placed in a 14 day mandatory quarantine period and will be subject to a PCR test to test for Covid-19 upon the completion of the quarantine period.
Another flight is scheduled on the 17th of this month to bring back more Maldivians from Malaysia.
So far, Maldivian has carried out 38 trips to various destinations and has brough back over 4000 Maldivians stranded in various parts of the world.