Low on funds & waiting for flights, over 300 foreigners who came for treatment stuck in India

Over 300 patients who arrived in India as medical tourists around March are stuck in the country due to the suspension of international flights and delayed evacuation procedures, ThePrint has learnt.

A majority of these patients are from the UAE, Fiji, Sudan, Oman, Nigeria and Thailand, according to the Foundation of Healthcare & Wellness Promotion (FHWP), a lobby of 60 medical tourism companies that operate across India and act as local guardians to these patients.

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