The U.S. Consulate General Hyderabad, India team at the airport. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy New Delhi, India
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U.S. Department of State staff worked to protect and repatriate some of our most vulnerable citizens overseas. Here, a U.S. embassy official directs a disabled child and his family in Islamabad, Pakistan. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Islamabad, Pakistan.
Staff at the U.S. Mission to India pushed wheelchairs, loaded luggage, and drove overnight to collect U.S. citizens stranded across the country due to India’s national lock down. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy New Delhi, India
Americans of all ages needed help to get home. At an airport in Kolkata, India, U.S. Mission staff make a personal connection with an American mother and child. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy New Delhi, India
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U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl Miller spends a moment with a dad and his sleeping child during repatriation efforts at the airport in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Dhaka, Bangladesh
U.S. embassy staff members dispatched to regional airports in India were well prepared with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to help keep Americans safe before their flight. Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy New Delhi, India