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New Delhi, Might 28 (IANS) Actress Shefali Jariwala alongside along with her husband Parag Tyagi flew to Delhi from Mumbai on Might 26 after the demise of her father-in-law.
“My father-in-law was unwell for someday. He was within the hospital for dialysis as his kidneys had been giving him a number of bother, and simply earlier than the dialysis started he had a large coronary heart assault. He was admitted to hospital final month,” Shefali informed IANS.
Home air journey resumed in India on Monday put up two months of coronavirus lockdown, and Shefali considers herself lucky that she may board the flight and be along with her household in time.
“Fortuitously, flight operations had simply begun, so we managed to succeed in there on time. We took a flight to Delhi and by chance our flight didn’t get cancelled as a number of cancellations had been taking place that day,” she added.
Shefali additionally spoke concerning the security precautions she adopted whereas travelling from one state to the opposite by way of air.
“We had been correctly lined. We had a masks, face protect. We wore hoodies, socks and footwear whereas travelling. We did our internet check-in earlier than reaching to the airport because it was obligatory. Employees checked our temperature earlier than permitting us to enter the airport. We even needed to carry our personal baggage tags. It was extra like a self check-in. I’ve by no means seen Bombay airport like this in my life. It was abandoned. Folks had been carrying masks, PPE fits and sustaining social distancing. There have been hand sanitisers at each nook of the airport. There was disappointment within the air. It felt completely different. I suppose it”s the brand new regular,” she stated.
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