Enthusiasts checking out the popular Chintpurni and Shiv Bari temples in Himachal Pradesh’s Una district from outside the state no longer require an unfavorable COVID-19 test report, an authorities stated on Wednesday. The statement comes a day after the Himachal Pradesh federal government decided to permit unlimited movement of individuals in the hill state.
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Shimla, Sep 16: Devotees checking out the well-known Chintpurni and Shiv Bari temples in Himachal Pradesh’s Una district from outside the state no longer need an unfavorable COVID-19 test report, an official stated on Wednesday. The announcement comes a day after the Himachal Pradesh federal government decided to enable unlimited motion of individuals in the hill state.
Una Deputy Commissioner Sandeep Kumar, in a video, stated there would be no requirement of e-registration and an unfavorable COVID test report for paying obeisance at Chintpurni and other temples located in the district. Earlier while issuing the standard procedure (SOP) on September 9 for visitors to Chintpurni temple in Amb tehsil from outside the state, the DC had actually stated that a negative “reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test for COVID-19” would be a must.
Una district shares its border with Hoshiarpur and Rupnagar districts of Punjab.
At the exact same time, he stated healthy followers must come to Una district for paying obeisance at Chintpurni and other temples. Advising symptomatic people not to come for paying obeisance at Una temples, the DC said they would be isolated and evaluated for COVID-19