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Dubai resident spends quarantine in 5-star hotel after being stranded abroad

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After being stranded in the US for two months, an Indian teen has received a luxury treatment from the government of Dubai after he was assigned to be quarantined at a five-star hotel on his return.

Vishv Gupta, 18, was quarantined at JW Mariott Marquis Hotel in Dubai. After being tested negative twice for Covid-19, he was allowed to go on June 3.

“It shows how far the UAE government goes for you, in safety and in style. I really appreciate what they are doing for all of us,” he told Gulf News.

Upon arrival to the airport, Gupta was transported to the hotel via a black tesla sedan.

“Everything is exquisite; it’s basically a staycation. I take bubble baths, enjoy the great views from my room, it’s very relaxing,” he added.

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