Six more Malayalees have died due to Kovid in the Gulf. With this the number of Keralites who died of Kovid in the Gulf increased to 172. Concerned about the situation, several expat organizations have filed a petition to the central government asking for more planes to return home.
Meanwhile, George Babu, a native of Pathanamthitta, a native of Adoor, died at Ponnal House in Jubail. K George Kuwait, a resident of Seventh Pond in Pathanamthitta died of Kovid. Kunhilan Chandy Shijith Kovid, a resident of Pannen rock, Kannur, died in Abu Dhabi. She was 45 years old. Mohammed Shareef, a native of Malappuram Pandikkadu Thachinangadam, died in Dammam. He was fifty years old. Anil Kumar of Alappuzha died at the Saudi Jubilee. MS Muraleedharan, a native of Vyttila, Ernakulam, died in Doha. Kovid was infected and died while in the home quarantine.
As a result, the number of Malayalees who died of Kovid in the Gulf was 172. Most of the expatriates want to return home as the number of Malayalees dying of Kovid is increasing. There is a growing demand among expatriates to increase the number of Vande Bharat airlines or grant them special services to Gulf airlines. Non-resident organizations, including KMCC, are charting the aircraft when permission is granted. Non-resident organizations claim that the state government has little interest in bringing people on charter flights.