Medical staff wearing protective gear takes a blood sample from a Tablighi Jamaat member in Central Java Province, Indonesia, on April 20. Photo: Reuters

Indonesian, Malaysian Tablighi Jamaat members left stranded by India’s coronavirus lockdown

  • Restrictions on international travel make it difficult to repatriate the 727 Indonesians and 17 Malaysians who attended a religious gathering in March
  • Concerns have also been raised that the group’s members risk starting a wave of new infections by returning to their respective countries
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Medical staff wearing protective gear takes a blood sample from a Tablighi Jamaat member in Central Java Province, Indonesia, on April 20. Photo: Reuters
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