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14 day home quarantine mandatory for those who visit tricity for 72 hours: Chandigarh

UT Administrative V P Singh Badnor, directed the Principle Secretory Health, Arun Gupta on June 22, to issue specific orders about mandating the 14 day home quarantine for those coming from outside the tricity.This is not applicable for those who stay less than 72 hours in the tricity. "This will be convenient for those who come to Chandigarh for official work and leave after a short stay," the UT administration said.

Tue, 23 Jun 2020 - 04:38 PM / by Suchitra Pednekar

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