JORHAT: A total of 1,387 people have been kept in isolation while 5,761 people coming to Jorhat via buses, trains or flights have been screened. Total 52 persons have returned from abroad to the district of Jorhat, said Roshni Aparanji Korati, the Deputy Commissioner of Jorhat, on Thursday. The DC said that the district administration was all prepared to fight against COVID-19 and a total of 50 beds were ready in JMCH to keep COVID-19 positive cases. Around 140 beds have been kept for suspected patients, 12 beds in the ICU and seven ventilation sets were available, added the DC. Two compartments were unloaded at the Railway Goods Yard after the arrival of essential items by train on Tuesday morning. After thorough medical check-up of the labourers by a team of doctors at the JPR Railway junction, the railway authority allowed to unload the items from Thursday afternoon. The essential items will reach the respective wholesalers and from there to the retailers, said the DC.