People disembarking from a plane that had flown from Wuhan in China to Batam in Indonesia were sprayed by hazmat suit wearing officials before being taken for two weeks of treatment
A group of people were sprayed by officials wearing hazmat suits as they disembarked their plane from the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.
The travellers had flown from Wuhan in China to the Indonesian city of Batam where they were greeted by the hose brandishing officials.
As soon as they walked down the steps they were doused in disinfectant by five yellow suit wearing health workers.
The plane landed in Batam yesterday, The Jakarta posted reported.
A spokesperson for the country’s president, Joko Widodo, told the publication: “All have been declared healthy according to World Health Organization standards.”
After they were sprayed, the passengers were transported to a military base on Natuna Island where they will remain in strict isolation.
It will be two weeks before they are released.
On Friday Brits were flown back from Wuhan to the UK.
Not amongst them is Connor Reed, who is sticking it out in the city after beating the virus.
He was diagnosed in Wuhan after struggling to breathe