The union minister of state for home said Indians, who want to return, will be evacuated from China.
"Whoever wants to come back to India, they should get in touch with our embassy," he said.
The Health Ministry on Monday updated its travel advisory, which was issued on Sunday, and asked people to refrain from travelling to China in view of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in its Hubei province. It also said that travellers returning from the neighbouring country could be quarantined.
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