British Professor Leaves Quarantine, Thanks CM YS Jagan’s AP Govt

Clive Bryant Culley - Sakshi Post

TIRUPATI: Clive Bryant Culley, a Geography professor from Wales, thanked health workers at the COVID-19 quarantine centre here after being discharged on Thursday.

The British national was lodged at Padmavathi Nilayam where he spent his mandatory quarantine period.

According to reports, Culley came to Tirupati for worshipping at Sri Venkateswara temple in Tirumala. He was stranded there following the imposition of nationwide lockdown by the Centre to check the spread of Coronavirus. As a consequence, he was required to undergo the quarantine that the Indian government has made compulsory for all foreigners visiting the country. Culley had been staying here since March 24th and luckily for him, he tested negative for COVID-19 not once but twice.

After the discharge summary was generated at 5 PM on Thursday, he got the required permission from Collector Bharat Narayan Gupta and Superintendent of Police A Ramesh Reddy to leave Tirupati and fly back to Britain.

Happy to know that he was completely healthy and he could finally go home, Prof. Culley wrote a personal note of thanks to the quarantine centre’s in-charge S Lakshmi, the entire staff and caregivers there. He spoke about the high-quality food, accommodation, professional medicare and hygienic environment given to him besides a special mention of the personal attention he received over the past one month.

In a special mention, the professor also thanked Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s government of Andhra Pradesh for taking such good care of him and others in the quarantine centre.

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