Maharashtra: Sai Baba Temple in Shirdi to resume from today, check COVID-19 guidelines
The temple management informed ANI that visitors will be allowed just after making a reserving online for a specific time slot.
After 7 months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sai Baba Temple in Shirdi is all set to welcome fans on Monday.
The temple management informed ANI that visitors will be allowed only after making a scheduling online for a particular time slot.
” We are grateful that the government has actually permitted us to open after so lots of months. Devotees who want to check out will have to do online reservation to get a time-slot for the ‘darshan’. Along with this, individuals will likewise have to show a COVID-negative RT-PCR outcome at eviction. Kids aged 8 to 10 wo n`t be enabled,” an agent of the temple management said.
On Saturday, Maharashtra federal government chose to reopen temples and places of worship in the state from Monday, November16
Religious places in the state have actually remained shut in Maharashtra given that the lockdown revealed in March. Though there were needs made by the opposition parties and some religious groups to resume the temples, the Maharashtra federal government was waiting for the coronavirus cases in the state to subside.
” We can’t forget that the satanic force coronavirus is still among us. Although this demon is slowly falling silent now, we can not be contented. Citizens require to follow discipline. Simply like discipline and restraint were observed while commemorating Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri and Pandharpur wari (yearly trip), fans of other faiths also celebrated celebrations like Eid, Mount Mary celebration by keeping the COVID-19 security procedure in mind,” stated Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.
The CM further said that SOPs for praise will be released in a few days, however using of face masks and following other COVID-19 standards will be a should till then. He likewise alerted of strict action versus people not following the treatments.
He also stated that regardless of the temples being closed and people not able to use prayers the God has actually provided his true blessings in the type of physicians, nurses and other health personnel who are taking care of COVID-19 patients.
Based On the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Maharashtra presently has 86,470 active cases. So far, 16,12,314 recoveries and 45,914 deaths have been reported in the state.
( With ANI inputs)
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