Kumbh Mela 2021: Guests have to have Coronavirus damaging report

New Delhi: With preparations are underway for Kumbh Mela 2021 to be held from 1st to 30th April within the holy metropolis of Haridwar, the administration has determined that personnel posted on responsibility could be administered with COVID vaccine. It additionally said that guests have to have a COVID-19 damaging report, issued not later than 72 hours.

Kumbh Mela Officer informed ANI, “Personnel posted on responsibility to be administered with COVID vaccine. Guests ought to have Coronavirus damaging report, issued not later than 72 hrs.”

The Kumbh Mela has been restricted to simply 30 days to stop the unfold of COVID-19 an infection, in response to Chief Secretary Om Prakash, Uttarakhand. The administration may also problem a discover on this regard by the tip of March.

Earlier, Haridwar District Justice of the Peace C Ravishankar had said that pilgrims will want passes to attend Kumbh Mela. The district administration has sought 70,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines for the personnel posted on responsibility to make sure their security.

The Kumbh administration will put cameras on the ghats of river Ganga to watch the gang, and to keep away from any untoward scenario.

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Final month, the Centre issued commonplace working protocols (SOP) for the Kumbh Mela amid the COVID-19 pandemic. All devotees desirous of attending the Kumbh Mela should register with Uttarakhand authorities, and so they additionally need to get hold of a obligatory medical certificates from Group well being centre or district hospital or medical school of their states, in response to the SOP.


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