Air India is conducting a sanitization process of its building in Delhi by sealing its headquarters there because an employee there tested positive. “Airlines House has been sealed for Tuesday and Wednesday,” an official said. The employee posted at the Gurudwara Rakabganj Road building tested positive on Monday evening.
An official told he was diagnosed with coronavirus on 7th of May and later had an RT-PCR test, and tested positive. The first sign was the fever which he couldn’t get rid of by medicines. Then it was followed by a sore throat and respiratory problems. He got the test and was sent to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital.
“However, the doctors at RML prescribed him medicines and advised him to watch for any change of condition and recommended home quarantine,” the official said. There were five more pilots who took the flight to China on April 20 and were tested positive on the first time, but then tested negative in the second.
Two other employees were found positive; two other employees – a technician and a tug driver – of an Air India subsidiary. To bring back the nationals of India, 64 flights of Air India would be operating.