With COVID cases flooding again in Uttarakhand, the state government on Wednesday made it compulsory for lovers to bring a negative RT-PCR report not more established than 72 hours for going to the approaching Kumbh Mela in Haridwar.
Coronavirus cases kept on rising again in Uttarakhand with 200 diseases gave an account of Wednesday out of which the most extreme were distinguished in Haridwar which is in the last phases of arrangements to have the Kumbh Mela beginning from April 1. Haridwar announced the most elevated number with 71 cases, Dehradun 63, Nainital 22 Udham Singh Nagar 14, Pauri, Rudraparayag and Tehri eight each, Pithoragarh five and Almora one, a COVID-19 control room release here said. In the interim, it has been made required by and by to bring a negative RT-PCR report not more seasoned than 72 hours for fans assembling in Haridwar for the approaching gathering. Boss Secretary Om Prakash said the Uttarakhand High Court has given clear mandates in such manner.
The High Court has said it will be obligatory to bring a negative RT-PCR report not more established than 72 hours or an inoculation report for going to the Kumbh. Not long after taking over as Chief Minister, Tirath Singh Rawat had said it was not necessary to bring a negative RT-PCR test report for fans gathering for the Kumbh. It is a strict occasion that comes once in 12 years and enthusiasts can go to it unreservedly, he had said. In any case, he later arranged severe consistence with the rules gave by the Center taking into account the flooding positive cases.