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Evacuations related to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic

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This article lists evacuations conducted as a result of the pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

The SARS-CoV-2 was first identified in the city of Wuhan, Hubei, China in mid-December 2019, when a group of people developed a pneumonia without clear causes, and existing treatments were found to be ineffective. The novel coronavirus has similar characteristics to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). Within a number of weeks, several thousand people in Hubei's provincial capital of Wuhan were infected, and the Chinese central government imposed strict containment measures, including a lockdown of Hubei itself.

Due to the effective lockdown of Wuhan and Hubei, and the continued growth of the outbreak in these locations, several countries planned to evacuate their citizens and/or diplomatic staff from the area. This was done primarily through chartered flights of the home nations, which were provided prior clearance by Chinese authorities. Japan, India, the United States, France, Australia, Sri Lanka, Germany and Thailand were among the first to plan the evacuation of their citizens.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] Pakistan has said that it will not be evacuating any citizens from China due to lack of domestic facilities to help treat Pakistanis who may be infected.[8][9]

List of evacuations

Departure date Organizing country/ies Evacuees Nationalities[a] Departure airport Arrival airport Notes
2020-01-30 to 2020-03-17  Turkmenistan Turkmenistan Beijing, Moscow, Minsk, Istanbul Turkmenabat Airport[10] Turkmenistan removed all its citizens from countries with coronavirus.[11][12]
2020-01-24 to 27  Vietnam 200 China 200 Da Nang International Airport
Cam Ranh International Airport
China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Vietnam permitted four exceptional flights to take tourists and others from Wuhan home in the period 24–27 January,[13] and organised a flight to evacuate citizens and diplomats.[14]
2020-01-29  Australia
 New Zealand
300 (est.) China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport On 29 January, Australia and New Zealand announced that they would cooperate in the evacuation of their citizens from Wuhan. There are between 50–82 New Zealanders in Wuhan and 600 Australians in Hubei including 140 Australian children in Wuhan.[15][16] The New Zealand Government chartered a Boeing 777-200ER aircraft from the national carrier Air New Zealand to assist in evacuation efforts, subject to approval from Chinese officials.[17][18][19] While prioritising New Zealand nationals, Australian and Pacific Island citizens were also be carried.[20]
2020-01-29  United States 195 March Air Reserve Base First US evacuation flight, with a fuel stop in Anchorage.[21]
2020-01-29  Japan 206 Tokyo Haneda Airport This was Japan's first evacuation flight. Three passengers later tested positive for the virus, with two of them becoming Japan's first asymptomatic cases.[22]
2020-01-30 210 This was Japan's second flight from Wuhan.[23]
2020-01-30  Singapore 92 Singapore Changi Airport Singaporeans were evacuated from Wuhan via a special Scoot flight, crewed by volunteers from the airline after co-ordination between Singapore and Chinese authorities facilitated the flights. However, not all Singaporeans were evacuated as some displayed symptoms before the flight. Two of the evacuees were later confirmed as the first Singaporeans to have the virus. Both were asymptomatic during the flight but were found to have a fever upon arrival.[24]
2020-01-31  Japan 149 Tokyo Haneda Airport Japan's third flight from Wuhan.[25]
2020-01-31  South Korea 368[26] South Korea Gimpo International Airport
2020-01-31  United Kingdom 110[27] United Kingdom 83
European Union 27
Royal Air Force Brize Norton Passengers left Wuhan with military medics from the UK, arriving at RAF Brize Norton in England. The British passengers were quarantined at a segregated block of Arrowe Park Hospital on the Wirral; all passengers were tested before and during the flight, with none having the virus. The other EU nationals were flown on to Spain from Brize Norton. More Britons (up to 150) were supposed to be on the flight, which was planned to leave a day earlier, but China initially declined permission, and then anyone who had a Chinese passport (including infants and a newborn to British parents) were told they could not leave. Shortly before the flight departed, this decision was reversed, but it was too late for people to get to the airport even though the plane was also delayed for several hours. The British government plans to send another plane if necessary.[28][29][30]
2020-01-31  France 180[31] Istres-Le Tubé Air Base
2020-01-31  China 76[32] Thailand Suvarnabhumi International Airport Wuhan Tianhe International Airport
2020-01-31 124[33] MalaysiaKota Kinabalu International Airport
2020-01-31 111[34] JapanTokyo Haneda Airport
2020-01-31  Germany 124[35][36] ChinaWuhan Tianhe International Airport Frankfurt Airport The German Air Force plane was denied a stopover in Moscow after its starting point in Wuhan, according to the German Minister of Defence. Originally, the plane had received approval for a layover in Moscow to stop for refuelling and a change of crew personnel. The aircraft evacuated 102 German and 26 non-German citizens. The plane made a stopover in Helsinki on its way to Frankfurt Airport. The German Minister of Health stated that all passengers showed no symptoms of the coronavirus.[37] On its way to Wuhan, the aeroplane carried 10,000 suits of protective equipment as requested by the Chinese government.[38] Two passengers later tested positive for the virus.[39]
2020-02-01  South Korea 333 South Korea Gimpo International Airport South Korea's second flight, operated by Korean Air.[40]
2020-02-01  Sri Lanka 33 Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport A special Sri Lankan Airlines plane flew from Wuhan after co-ordination between the Sri Lankan Government and Chinese authorities. After arrival all passengers were quarantined at a segregated block at Diyatalawa Garrison of the Sri Lanka Army.[41]
2020-02-01  India 324 Indira Gandhi International Airport This was India's first evacuation flight.[42] There were three minors, 211 students and 110 working professionals, and the flight was operated by Air India.[43][44]
2020-02-01  Turkey 42 Turkey 32
Azerbaijan 10
Ankara Esenboğa Airport A cargo plane delivered medical equipment to China before taking the evacuees to Ankara. All passengers were quarantined in an local disused hospital.[45]
2020-02-01  Jordan 71 Jordan 55
State of Palestine 7
Oman 3
Tunisia 3
Bahrain 1
Lebanon 1
Queen Alia International Airport Flown by Royal Jordinian, making it the first Wuhan evacuation flight by a flag carrier.[46]
2020-02-01  Mongolia 31 Chinggis Khaan International Airport The flight was operated by MIAT Mongolian Airlines for the government. Passengers were quarantined at the National Center for Communicable Diseases.[47]
2020-02-01  Myanmar 59 Mandalay International Airport Myanmar National Airlines operated the flight.[48][49]
2020-02-01  Bangladesh 312[50] Shahjalal International Airport Using a chartered Boeing 777-300ER of Biman Bangladesh Airlines, the government evacuated many people in Wuhan, mostly students studying there. After arrival they were taken to hajj camp which was turned into quarantine near Dhaka airport for 14 days. 3 people who had high temperature was taken to CMH hospital.[51]
2020-02-01  Morocco 167 Mostly students and staff of the country's embassy to China. Passengers were quarantined for 20 days instead of the standard 14.[52]
2020-02-01  China 89[53] ThailandPhuket International Airport Wuhan Tianhe International Airport
2020-02-02  Indonesia 238 ChinaWuhan Tianhe International Airport Hang Nadim International Airport On 29 January, the Indonesian Air Force (TNI-AU) prepared three aircraft – two Boeing 737 and one C-130 Hercules – stationed in Halim Perdanakusuma Air Force Base, with a battalion of health experts to help evacuate Indonesian nationals and citizens from the city.[54][55] On 30 January, Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi announced that "The President has instructed [us] to immediately evacuate Indonesian citizens from Hubei province".[56] The evacuation for as many as 243 Indonesians—to be quarantined in Natuna Regency for 14 days—was scheduled for 1 February 2020 and to take around 9 hours.[57] The Indonesian government chartered an A330-300CEO (PK-LDY), Lion Air Group's Batik Air aircraft with identified flight number ID-8619 (18 crews and 30 medics) to evacuate around 200 Indonesian citizens from Hubei, including Wuhan City.[58][59][60][61][62] Of the 245 Indonesians in Wuhan, 4 refused to leave and 3 failed to pass the screening test by the Chinese.[63] The seven Indonesians who remain in Hubei will continue to be monitored and in contact with the Embassy.[64] Before they landed in Batam, "All had been declared healthy according to World Health Organization standards".[65] The plane from Wuhan landed in Hang Nadim International Airport, Batam at around 8.45 am and they disembarked one by one, with long intervals.[65] Officers wearing yellow and white Hazmat suits checked, disinfected the passengers and escorted them out. Then they went to Natuna using TNI-AU aircraft consist of one Boeing 737-200 Advanced (AL-7304) from Skadron Udara 5, one Boeing 737-400 (A-7306) from Skadron Udara 17, and one Lockheed C-130 (A-1315) from Skadron Udara 33. The three aircraft landed in Raden Sadjad Air Force Base, Ranai.[66][67][68] However, the arrival of Indonesian citizens on Natuna was protested by the people on the island because they were worried that they would be infected by the coronavirus. (see below)
2020-02-02  India 330 India 323
Maldives 7
Indira Gandhi International Airport This was India's second flight. All passengers were quarantined in Delhi and Manesar, Haryana.[69]
2020-02-02  Algeria 46+ Algeria 36
Tunisia 10
Libya Unspecified number of students
Flown by Air Algérie. Also delivered supplies to China.[70]
2020-02-02  Saudi Arabia 10 King Khalid International Airport Mostly students, flight to Riyadh operated by Saudia.[71]
2020-02-03  Italy 56[72] Italians and Poles Pratica di Mare Air Base Flown by a specially equipped KC-767.[73]
2020-02-03  France 254 Istres-Le Tubé Air Base The flight had 65 French nationals on board as well as residents of 29 other countries.[74]
2020-02-03  Australia 243[75] Christmas Island Airport Qantas flight chartered by the Australian government evacuated about 240 people, including 84 children and 5 infants, to the Australian mainland, before they were flown on smaller planes to the Christmas Island Detention Centre for quarantine.[76][77] The inbound flight delivered medical supplies including masks, protective suits and gloves.[78]
2020-02-03  Taiwan 247 Taoyuan International Airport Charter flight operated by China Eastern Airlines[79]
2020-02-04  Russia 144 Russia 128
16 from post-Soviet states
Roshchino International Airport Two military planes evacauted passengers to Tyumen, Siberia for quarantine.[80]
2020-02-04  Malaysia 107 Kuala Lumpur International Airport Chartered AirAsia flight with Malaysians as well as non-Malaysian family members on board.[81]
2020-02-04  New Zealand 190[82] New Zealand 98[b]
Australia 35[c]
East Timor 17
Papua New Guinea 17
United Kingdom 8
Samoa 5
Tonga 4
Fiji 2
Kiribati 1
Federated States of Micronesia 1
Netherlands 1
Uzbekistan 1
Auckland Airport Aircraft operated by New Zealand Airlines NZ1942. Except for the Australian residents, who were subsequently sent to Australia, others were sent to Whangaparaoa military base, 25 km away from Auckland, for two weeks of quarantine.[76][83][84]
2020-02-04  Thailand 144 U-Tapao International Airport While the flight left from Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok, it flew to a different airport in order for passengers to be quarantined at nearby Sattahip Naval Base.[85]
2020-02-04  Iran 84 Imam Khomeini International Airport 59 Iranians, 24 Syrians and one Lebanese citizen were evacuated by a flight operated by Mahan Air.[86]
2020-02-04  United States 350 (est.)[87] Travis Air Force Base
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar
There were two flights, one of which went to Travis AFB near San Francisco, and the other which refueled there and continued to MCAS Miramar near San Diego. Passengers on both flights were quarantined for 14 days. On February 10, one passegner was confirmed infected and became the 13th case in the United States.[88]
2020-02-05  Russia 147 Roshchino International Airport Two Russian Air Force Il-76TDs evacuated people who were taken to a quarantine base in Tumen rehabilitation center.[89]
2020-02-06  Canada 176[90] Canadian Forces Base Trenton The flight was operated by an Airbus A330 (registration number 9H-STY), stopped at Vancouver International Airport to refuel, and then flew to CFB Trenton near Toronto.[91] Quarantine was lifted on February 21 and no one was infected.[92]
2020-02-06  United States 300 (est.) United States 240 (est.)
Canada 60+
Plane 1
Canada Vancouver International Airport
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar
Plane 2
Lackland Air Force Base
Eppley Airfield
Consisted of two flights, one of which had a fuel stop in Vancouver were Canadians disembarked.[93]
2020-02-07  Japan 198 Tokyo Haneda Airport Fourth Japanese flight from Wuhan.[94]
2020-02-07  Brazil 40 Brazil 34
Poland 4
China 1
India 1
Poland Warsaw
Brazil Fortaleza
The Brazilian Air Force used two E-190 planes. One had a fuel stop in Las Palmas, where no one disembarked. All non-Brazilians got off in Warsaw.[95][96]
2020-02-07  Brunei 2 Brunei International Airport Operated by Royal Brunei Airlines and arrived the next day.[97]
2020-02-08  China 61 Indonesia Bali International Airport Wuhan Tianhe International Airport A flight chartered by the Chinese Consulate-General picked up 49 adults and 12 children, all Chinese nationals, from Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport on Saturday to bring them back to Wuhan, the centre of the coronavirus outbreak in China.[98]
2020-02-09  Philippines 30[99] China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Clark Air Base
2020-02-09  Australia 258 Darwin International Airport Operated by Qantas Airways, with a total of 266 people evacuated including 8 Pacific Islanders.[100] Everyone was quarantied in an unused mining camp near Darwin.[101]
2020-02-09  Singapore 174 Changi International Airport SIngaporeans were flown home on another special Scoot flight, numbered TR5121.[102] On February 16, one passenger was diagnosed with the virus. On February 21, another confirmed diagnosis was announced.[103]
2020-02-09  United Kingdom 200 United Kingdom 105 (incl. family members)
95 others
Royal Air Force Brize Norton Second British flight from Wuhan.[104]
2020-02-10  France 35 Istres-Le Tubé Air Base
2020-02-10  Canada 185[105] Canadian Forces Base Trenton
2020-02-10  Vietnam 30 Noi Bai International Airport Flight to Hanoi operated by Vietnam Airlines.[106]
2020-02-11  South Korea 140[107] South Korea Gimpo International Airport
2020-02-16    Nepal 175 Tribhuvan International Airport The flight to Kathmandu was operated by Nepal Airlines. The original number of Nepalese to be evacuated was 185, however, 4 of them decided to stay back and 6 were barred to board the flight due to medical reasons.[108][109]
2020-02-17  Japan 65 Tokyo Haneda Airport Fifth evacuation by Japan from Wuhan.[110]
2020-02-17  United States 380+ Japan Tokyo Haneda Airport Travis Air Force Base
Lackland Air Force Base
Eppley Airfield
Evacuated passengers on the Diamond Princess[111]
2020-02-19  South Korea 7 South Korea 6
Japan 1 (spouse)
South Korea Gimpo International Airport Aif Force flight evacuating Diamond Princess passengers[112]
2020-02-20  Hong Kong 106 Hong Kong 84
18 passengers of other nationalities, possibly Hong Kong residents
Hong Kong International Airport First Hong Kong evacuation flight for Diamond Princess passengers.[113]
2020-02-20  Australia 164 Darwin International Airport Two passengers later tested positive.[114]
2020-02-20  Ukraine 72 Ukraine 45
Argentina 8
Dominican Republic 5
Ecuador 5
El Salvador 4
Kazakhstan 2
Costa Rica 2
Israel 1
Montenegro 1
Panama 1
China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Kazakhstan Almaty International Airport
Kharkiv International Airport
Another 3 Ukrainian citizens and 1 foreign national were denied boarding the flight by Chinese authorities due to medical reasons. Two Kazakhstan citizens have left the airliner during the intermediate landing in Almaty, Kazakhstan. All remaining evacuees were taken to Kharkiv Airport and then they were transported by ground to the National Guard sanatorium in Novi Sanzhary for 14 days quarantine.[115]
2020-02-21  France 64 France 28
36 others
Paris(Airport unknown) All passengers were quarantined in Normandy.[116]
2020-02-21  Canada 200+ Japan Tokyo Haneda Airport Canadian Forces Base Trenton Flight for Diamond Princess passengers. After landing in Canada, passengers were held in quarantine in an hotel.[117]
2020-02-21  Taiwan 19 Taoyuan International Airport Evacuated Diamond Princess passengers.[118]
2020-02-21  Hong Kong 84 Hong Kong 82
Macau 2
Hong Kong International Airport Second Hong Kong flight for Diamond Princess passengers. Macaunese passengers were taken to their homes by land over the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge.[119]
2020-02-22  United Kingdom 32 United Kingdom 30
Republic of Ireland 2
Special plane for Diamond Princess passengers.[120]
2020-02-23  Hong Kong 5 (excluding government workers) Hong Kong International Airport Third evacuation flight by Hong Kong for Diamond Princess passengers.[121]
2020-02-24  Taiwan 2 China Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport Taoyuan International Airport Evacuated a hemophiliac and his mother.[122]
2020-02-25  Philippines 309 Japan Tokyo Haneda Airport Clark Air Base Repatriates consist of 440 crew members and 5 tourists from the Diamond Princess.[123] The 445 Filipino repatriates were evacuated on two separate flights.[124]
136
2020-02-26  Malaysia 66 China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Kuala Lumpur International Airport Second Malaysian flight from Wuhan, operated by AirAsia.[125]
2020-02-27  India 111 India 76
Bangladesh 23
China 6
Myanmar 2
Maldives 2
South Africa 1
United States 1
Madagascar 1
Indira Gandhi International Airport This was the third evacuation flight sent by India to Wuhan. India also provided 15 tonnes of medical assistance comprising masks, gloves and other emergency medical equipment to China through the same Indian Air Force flight.[126][127]
2020-02-27 124 India 119
Sri Lanka 2
Nepal 1
South Africa 1
Peru 1
Japan Tokyo(Airport unknown) Indira Gandhi International Airport This flight mostly had crew members of the DIamond Princess as passengers.[128]
2020-02-27  Colombia 15 China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Military Transport Air Command The flight was operated by the Colombian Air Force. Upon arrival, they were quarantined at a sports villa in Bogotá.[129]
2020-03-02  Turkey 11 Istanbul Airport Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport After an Israeli passenger on another Turkish Airlines flight tested positive, the airline ran a special flight to take a Taiwanese tour group on the same flight as the cofirmed case home.[130]
2020-03-04  United Arab Emirates 215[131] Yemen 58[132]
Unknown number of nationals from nearby countries
China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Dubai International Airport
2020-03-04, 05  China 311/309 Iran Imam Khomeini International Airport Lanzhou Zhongchuan International Airport Two flights, with the first one being operated by China Southern Airlines, evacuated Chinese citizens to the western city.[133] A cluster of cases in Gansu, where Lanzhou is located, were linked to the evacuation.[134]
2020-03-04, 05  Hong Kong 533 China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Hong Kong International Airport The Hong Kong government arranged four charter flights to bring back 533 of its residents from Wuhan. Upon arrival, they were quarantined in Chun Yeung Estate in Fo Tan.[135]
2020-03-07  Macau 57[136] Macau International Airport
2020-03-07  Philippines 167 Macau Macau International Airport Manila International Airport Charter flight organized to bring Overseas Filipino Workers home.[137]
2020-03-10  India 58 Iran Tehran(Airport unknown) Hindon Airport The Indian Air Force used a C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft to evacuate Indian pilgrims from Iran.[138]
2020-03-10, 11  Taiwan 361 China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Taoyuan International Airport After some conflict between the Chinese and Taiwanese governments, two flights, one operated by China Airlines with 169 evacuees and another by China Eastern Airlines carrying 192, arrived around 11 pm on March 10 and 4am on the 11th respectively.[139]
2020-03-11  China 164[140] Iran Imam Khomeini International Airport Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport
2020-03-11  India 83 India 74
Italy 6
United States 3
Italy Milan Malpensa Airport Indira Gandhi International Airport The flight was operated by Air India. All the non-Indian citizens were of Indian origin. All evacuees were placed under quarantine for 14 days.[141]
2020-03-13  South Africa 114 China Wuhan Tianhe International Airport Polokwane International Airport 112 South African citizens[142][143] were evacuated on a South African Airways aircraft chartered by the South African Government. Medical screening was performed prior to departure, four South Africans who were showing signs of coronavirus were left behind to mitigate risk. Only South Africans who tested negative were repatriated. Test results cleared all the South Africans, including the flight crew, pilots, hotel staff, police and soldiers who, as a precautionary measure, all remained under observation and in quarantine for a 14-day period[142][143] at The Ranch Resort.[144][145][146][147][148][149]
2020-03-14  Thailand 89 Italy Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport U-Tapao International Airport 89 Thai students and tourist were evacuated from Italy on a Thai Airways flight organized by Thai government. They were quarantined for 14 days in Sattahip Naval Base.

[150][151]

2020-03-15  India 218 Italy Milan Malpensa Airport Indira Gandhi International Airport Air India operated the flight. The evacuees brought to New Delhi will be shifted to Indo-Tibetan Border Police's camp in Chhawla area where they will be quarantined for 14 days.[152]
2020-03-15 234 Iran(Airport unknown) Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport 131 students and 103 pilgrims, among others, were evacuated from Iran on a Mahan Air flight organized by the Indian Embassy. They were quarantined for 14 days in Indian Army's wellness centre facility in Jaisalmer.[153][154]
2020-03-16 53 Iran Tehran and Shiraz(Airport unknown) Jaisalmer Airport 52 students and 1 teacher were evacuated by Air India and were then quarantined at an Army Wellness Centre in Jaisalmer.[155]
2020-03-18  Malaysia 96 India New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai (Airport unknown) Kuala Lumpur International Airport First batch of few hundred Malaysians stranded in India by an AirAsia flight.[156]
2020-03-19  South Korea 80 South Korea 74
Iran 6 (family members of SK nationals)
Iran Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport South Korea Incheon International Airport An Iran Air chrter flight took the passengers from Tehran to Dubai's Al Maktoum International Airport, where they transferred to an Asiana Airlines chrter flight going to Incheon.[157]
2020-03-19  Taiwan 72 PeruLima International Airport United StatesMiami International Airport A group of 72 Taiwanese tourists flew from Lima to Miami on a privately chartered jet arranged by the Taiwanese government, after Peru declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak and closed its borders on March 16 to all commercial traffic.[158]
2020-03-22  Canada 444 MoroccoCasablanca Mohammed V International Airport CanadaMontréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport An Air Canada Charted flight brought 444 Canadians from Casablanca to Montréal.[159]
2020-03-23  Israel 250+ ItalyRome and Milan(Airport unknown) Ben Gurion Airport Israir operated two flights from Italy to Tel Aviv, with mostly students on board.[160]
2020-03-24, 25  Canada 402 PeruLima International Airport CanadaToronto Pearson International Airport An Air Canada Charted flight brought 402 Canadians from Lima to Peru.[161]
2020-03-25  United States 1000+ PeruLima International Airport United StatesAtlanta International Airport On March 25, the US government has repatriated over 1000 Americans from Peru. [162]
2020-03-25 LiberiaMonrovia Roberts International Airport United StatesWashington Dulles International Airport A chartered medical flight with limited capacity that gave preference to the elderly flew from Monrovia to Washington DC. [163]
2020-03-25  Hong Kong 500+ ChinaWuhan Tianhe International Airport Hong KongHong Kong International Airport A total of four flights will be chartered by the government to vacate citizens living in Hubei province outside of Wuhan city.[164]
2020-03-25  Brazil 66 Peru Cusco International Airport Brazil Porto Velho Air Force Base The two Hércules C-130 planes, of the Brazilian Air Force, carried out the rescue of 66 Brazilians who were stranded in Cuzco, Peru.[165]
2020-03-25, 26, 30, 31  United Kingdom 1160+ 160Republic of Ireland
European Union
4 Hong Kong (dual citizenship with British National Overseas Passport)
PeruLima International Airport
Arequipa International Airport
Cusco International Airport
Pucallpa International Airport
United KingdomLondon Heathrow International Airport The UK government has arranged 7 British Airways charted flights to bring back over 1160 British, Irish and EU Nationals from Lima to London.[166]
2020-03-26  Israel 314+ IndiaNew Delhi Ben Gurion Airport Air India operated a flight from New Delhi, India to Tel Aviv.[167]
2020-03-26  South Korea 198 Peru Lima International Airport South Korea Incheon International Airport An Aeroméxico Charted flight brought 198 Korean from Lima to Incheon.[168]
2020-03-27  Canada 432 MoroccoCasablanca Mohammed V International Airport CanadaMontréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport An Air Canada Charted flight brought 432 Canadians from Casablanca to Montréal.[169]
2020-03-29  United States 153 ColombiaBogota El Dorado International Airport United StatesAtlanta International Airport The U.S. Embassy, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, organized an evacuation flight for U.S. citizens from El Dorado Airport in Bogota to Atlanta.[170]
2020-03-29  Taiwan 139 Taiwan 55
Japan29
United States34
Singapore14
Malaysia7
PeruCusco International Airport
Lima International Airport
United StatesMiami International Airport The flight, chartered by LATAM Airlines, departed from Cusco, a southeastern city in Peru, with 38 Taiwanese on board, then flew to the capital, Lima, to pick up an additional 17 Taiwanese Nationals. Another 84 passengers of four different nationalities—Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, and the U.S. -- bringing the total number of passengers to 139. The flight landed in Miami and all the passengers can choose to stay in the city or bound to their own country.[171][172]
2020-03-30 ChinaShanghai Pudong International Airport TaiwanTaoyuan International Airport Two flights operated by China Airlines between Taoyuan and Shanghai will be opened to transport Taiwanese nationals in Hubei Province home.[173]
2020-03-31  Australia 260 PeruLima International Airport AustraliaSydney International Airport A group of about 260 Australians who paid at least $5,160 each for an evacuation flight out of Peru have returned home.[174]
2020-03-31  South Korea 309 Italy Milan Malpensa Airport South Korea Incheon International Airport A Korean Air Charted flight brought 309 Korean from Milan to Incheon.[175]
2020-04-01  United States ColombiaBogota El Dorado International Airport United StatesEglin Air Force Base The U.S. Embassy, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Defense, has organized an evacuation flight for U.S. citizens from El Dorado Airport in Bogota to Eglin Air Force Base in Destin, FL.[176]
2020-04-01 300 LiberiaMonrovia Roberts International Airport United StatesWashington Dulles International Airport The Embassy of the United States in Liberia has announced the arrival of a second charted flight to evacuate its citizens from Liberia though the country has reported only three confirmed cases of Covid-19. [177]
2020-04-01  South Korea 205 Italy Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport

Italy Milan Malpensa Airport

South Korea Incheon International Airport A Korean Air Charted flight brought 205 Korean from Rome and Milan to Incheon.[178]
2020-04-02  United States ColombiaBogota El Dorado International Airport United StatesFort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport The U.S. Embassy announced that Spirit Airlines will operate a humanitarian flight from Bogota, Colombia on April 2, 2020. The flight will depart from El Dorado International Airport and arrive at Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.[179]
2020-04-03  Hong Kong 76 Hong Kong65
Malaysia6
United Kingdom5
PeruCusco International Airport
Lima International Airport
United KingdomLondon Heathrow International Airport The Hong Kong Government has arranged a charted flight to bring 65 Hong Kongers, 6 Malaysians and 5 Britons from Lima to London, then the Hong Kongers will go onboard a regular connecting flight with secured bookings from London to Hong Kong. For those Hong Kongers and Malaysians who are stranded in Cusco, they will also take a domestic charted flight arranged by the Hong Kong government flying to Lima.[180]

Controversies and issues

Quarantine locations

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced plans in late January 2020 to quarantine Australian citizens evacuated from Wuhan, including children and the elderly, for a period of 14 days on Christmas Island. The decision to repatriate those citizens using controversial detention facilities formerly used to detain asylum seekers before they were shut down in 2018 has received criticism.[181] Controversially, the government plan also necessitates those evacuees to pay a fee of A$1,000, and would take them to Perth after the quarantine period, where they would need to arrange their own transportation back to their home cities. The Australian Medical Association, in a statement on the same day, stated that the decision to hold Australian citizens in "a place where has been previously the focus of populations under enormous mental and physical trauma and anguish, is not a really appropriate solution."[182]

In some places, local residents rallied against the decision to quarantine evacuees in their region. Residents of Nautana protested against the Indonesian government in early February 2020 for letting the evacuees stay there. Hundreds staged demonstrations and burned tires. As a result, Brimob and Indonesian National Armed Forces troops were deployed to ensure stable security conditions.[183] To protect and give health assurance to local people, Jokowi ordered Health Minister Terawan Agus Putranto to have a temporary office in Natuna.[184]

After healthy Ukrainian evacuees returned from Wuhan to Ukraine on 20 February 2020, misinformation caused riots as protestors railed against the decision to quarantine the passengers nearby the day after they flew back, and the evacuees' bus was attacked.[185][186]

Improper procedures

A Department of Health and Human Services employee claimed that the workers who received Americans from the first evacuation from Wuhan were inadequately trained and equipped.[187][188]

Notes

  1. ^ If all passengers were nationals of the country that organized the evacuation, no note is made.
  2. ^ 54 New Zealand citizens and 44 Chinese New Zealand permanent residents
  3. ^ 23 Australian citizens and 12 Chinese Australian permanent residents

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