Sunday, June 20, 2021

Delhi Government makes mandatory 14 day home quarantine for those visited Kumbh Mela

Delhi Government has made home quarantine of 14 days mandatory for the residents of national capital who visited the Kumbh Mela in Haridwar. All those who have visited Kumbh 4th April onwards will have to upload personal and journey details on Delhi government’s website.

People who are visiting Kumbh will also have to share the details with the government. If one will not upload the details, they will be sent to institutional quarantine for 14 days. District Magistrates will ensure tracing and surveillance of people on daily basis. The violators will face legal action.

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