Of the 50 released citizens, 13 are Angolan, 36 are Chinese and one is Brazilian. However, in Barra do Kwanza there are still 14 people in quarantine, according to the Health Inspector, Miguel de Oliveira.
In a press conference, the person in charge indicated that 92 people are still under surveillance at the Calumbo Quarantine Centre, of which 37 are Angolans, 50 Chinese, 12 Americans, two from Canada and one from Cote D'Ivoire.
"All the people in quarantine are being treated with due humanism. It's normal for citizens to express their complaints and demand more than they have, but we are identifying the flaws in these places for proper correction," said the inspector, quoted by Angop, in response to information circulating on social networks about the poor conditions in the Calumbo unit.
Miguel de Oliveira assured that the situation in the country is stable and that the hospitals are prepared to provide the necessary assistance.
Until February 18, 40.794 travelers were screened at the 4 de Fevereiro airport, he completed.