Punjab Mandates COVID Negative Report, Vaccination Certificate For Entry
The Punjab government on May 2 mandated a COVID-19 negative report of not more than 72 hours or a certificate of vaccine jab taken over two weeks ago to enter the state. The order will applicable on anyone travelling to Punjab through air, rail or road. Besides, it ordered shops selling non-essential commodities to be shut till May 15, and has allowed only 10 people to attend weddings and cremation.
Tags: Punjab, Covid-19, Covid negative, Travel Planning
Courtesy: The Tribune
Bengal Mandates COVID Negative Report For Travellers From 4 States
The West Bengal government on February 24 mandated travellers coming from four states to have the COVID-19 negative reports. Applicable from February 27, the passengers travelling through flights from Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, and Telangana will have to present a negative report, owing to the surge in the new COVID-19 cases. The passengers have to undergo an RT-PCR test within 72 hours of the flight departure. Moreover, the government… read-more
Tags: West Bengal, Covid-19, Covid negative, Karnataka, Kerala, Telangana
Saina, HS Prannoy Tests COVID Negative; To Appear In Thailand Open
In good news for badminton lovers, the Thailand Open officials have approved the shuttlers Saina Nehwal and HS Prannoy to play in the tournament. Earlier, the duo, along with Parupalli Kashyap, was barred from the tournament for contracting COVID-19. However, a subsequent RT-PCR and an antigen test turned negative making them… read-more
Tags: Covid -19, Saina Nehwal, thailand open, Covid negative
Courtesy: The Times of India
Puri: Jagannath Temple Scraps COVID-19 Negative Report For Darshan
In a welcoming move for the devotees, Puri's Shree Jagannath Temple Administration has confirmed to scrap requirement of COVID-19 negative report to enter the temple premises from January 21. However, the SJTA has asked the visitors to follow the COVID-19 guidelines. To be implemented till February 21, the administration will decide its further course of action. Moreover, the decision has been taken to accommodate 30,000 devotees per day,… read-more
Tags: Char Dham Yatra, Puri Jagannath Temple, Covid negative, Report, Shree Jagannath Temple Administration
Assam: Devotees Allowed In Kamakhya Temple Amid Strict COVID Protocol
Guwahati's Kamakhya Temple reopened on October 11 and devotees were allowed to stay for 15 minutes in the complex. Reportedly, the devotees were directly allowed to enter if they had a maximum three-day old COVID-19 negative report, or were asked to undergo a Rapid Antigen Test before entering the temple. The temple will be opened from 8 AM till evening. However, timings are subject to change in the Navratri period.
Tags: Assam, Guwahati, Kamakhya Temple, Covid negative
Courtesy: Financial Express
COVID Negative Report Mandatory To Meet Karnataka CM
With rising COVID-19 cases in Karnataka, the CM office has directed that anyone meeting CM BS Yediyurappa should produce a COVID-19 negative report or should undergo an RT-PCR test at the gate. However, in case of exigencies, visitors would be allowed to take an antigen test. The move is intended to prevent the coronavirus outbreak. Earlier in August, the CM tested positive for COVID-19, albeit he recovered after nine days.
Tags: Karnataka, Karnataka CM, Covid-19 Test, Covid negative, BS Yediyurappa
Courtesy: The Print
Home Minister Amit Shah Tests Negative for COVID-19
Home Minister Amit Shah on August 14 took to twitter and informed that he has tested negative for the latest COVID-19 test. He further stated that he would stay in home isolation for few more days on the advice of the doctors. Shah, 55, had tested positive for coronavirus on August 3, just two days before the 'Bhoomi Pujan' ceremony of the Ayodhya Ram Temple.
Tags: Amit Shah, Home Minister, Coronavirus, Covid negative
Courtesy: Amit Shah Twitter
Sanjay Dutt Says he is 'Doing Well' after Getting Admitted for Breathlessness
Sanjay Dutt, after getting admitted to the Lilavati hospital on August 9 due to breathlessness said that he is doing well through Twitter. He tested negative for Covid-19, but he has informed that he will remain in hospital until all the tests are done. The actor mentioned, "I should be home in a day or two. Thank you for your well wishes & blessings".
Tags: Sanjay Dutt, Lilavati Hospital, Covid negative, Mumbai
Courtesy: The Indian Express