Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has recently lauded the Indian govt for the measures that are being taken at the Airports to fight Covid – 19. Recently, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja elaborated the whole procedure of screening being conducted at the Delhi Airport by the govt, through her Instagram Stories. While boarding her flight from London to Delhi with her husband, the actress shockingly informed that there was no screening at the London Airport.
Sonam Kapoor after returning to India, informed, ‘Anand and I are back in Delhi; we are in our rooms. We just want to thank everybody at the airport and everybody who was on flight. It was very smooth, very responsibly done; in fact, when we leaving London, there was no screening, there was nothing. Anand and I were in massive shock that there wasn’t, she elaborated.
‘I just want to say that it is incredible the way the authorities are handling the situation. It’s very commendable and laudable. We went to immigration; they again rechecked where we had been on our passports, which was extremely responsible, she praised. ‘Then, Anand and I, had our gloves on and our masks on. Everybody also had their gloves and masks on,’ she told.
Sonam further explained that how the screening was done at Delhi Airport by saying, ‘We reached India and before we went on to immigration, we had to fill a form in which they asked to tell them how much we flew in the last 25 days, we gave our travel history. Fortunately, Anand and I hadn’t flown to any of the so-called hotspots or places where the virus is very rampage. Then, our temperatures were taken; we were all fine; all our temperatures were normal. It was Anand, me and my spot boy, Sujit (who is like family, we were very concerned about him).
The actress later informed that she and her husband are now home and relaxed and they have no symptoms of corona virus also informed that will be self-quarantined as they live with their whole family. In the conclusion, the actress appealed, ‘I request everybody else, as young people, we need to be more careful and prevention is better than cure, especially for your loved ones, your grands parents and parents.
As people who are immuno-compromised, we need to be more careful, more vigilant; we need to be more responsible and listen to the authorities. We have to make sure that we do the best that we can do, they are trying their best as well.’