Kerala CM says UAE quarantine facilities 'inadequate'

Two construction workers examine a drainage system with the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, in the skyline behind them in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Monday, April 6, 2020. Dubai, one of
There are more than three million migrant workers from India in the United Arab Emirates [Jon Gambrell/AP]



The chief minister of India's Kerala state has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to repatriate Indian workers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) amid the coronavirus pandemic, expressing alarm over the Gulf country's response to the health emergency.
In a letter sent on April 9, Pinarayi Vijayan revealed that numerous complaints were being received over "inadequate isolation and quarantine facilities" in the UAE, which is currently hosting more than three million migrant workers from India, according to the United Nations.
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