Reeling under the nightmare of the fast-spreading Coronavirus, various other countries were put on alert after they welcomed back citizens from China where the epidemic has already taken 908 lives so far. Suggesting safety measures across social media platforms, Bollywood divas Parineeti Chopra and Soha Ali Khan penned a “safe travel” note for fans in the wake of the virus that has found its way to Kerala already. Also Read - Hyderabad And Outskirts Report 70 Clusters Amid Soaring COVID Cases In Telangana: Report

Taking to their respective Instagram handles, the actresses were seen opting for a mask as their airport look before flying out. While Soha posed from the aerobridge, dressed in a grey cropped sweater, paired with blue denim jeans and teamed with a blue mask, Parineeti donned an oversized white shirt, a pair of ripped jeans, a pair of spotless white shoes and a white mask. Soha light-heartedly captioned the picture, “Safe travels! My multipurpose mask helps protect me against pollution and viruses whilst also helping me promote #malang the movie (sic).” On the other hand, Parineeti’s caption read, “Sad, but I guess this is the situation now. Stay safe guys. #Coronavirus #StaySafe (sic).” Also Read - Total Lockdown in Maharashtra Soon? CM Thackeray to Take Final Call Today After Task Force Meeting | Highlights

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Sad, but I guess this is the situation now. Stay safe guys. 🤍 #Coronavirus #StaySafe

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More than 900 people have now died in China from the coronavirus that emerged in the central city of Wuhan at the end of last year. The latest figures from the Chinese health officials show that 908 people lost their lives due to the n-CoV epidemic. Notably, the death toll has surpassed the number of fatalities caused by the SARS epidemic in 2003.

As per reports, China is allegedly using drones too to keep a watchful eye over its residents, to ensure they’re taking the appropriate precautions to keep the coronavirus at bay. The drones are also being used to measure residents’ temperatures, without endangering medical staff.

In wake of coronavirus outbreak, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has exempted flight crews from Breath Analyser tests for 15 days at Kerala’s Calicut, Kannur, Trivandrum and Cochin airports. Following the exemption, crew operating flights out of these airports need to mandatorily undergo post-flight BA at the next immediate station. The decision was taken after three positive cases were reported from Kerala.