Rajasthan Makes Negative Covid-19 Report Mandatory For People Coming From Maharashtra and Kerala

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The Govt. of Rajasthan on Thursday announced that all people arriving from Maharashtra and Kerala will need to show a negative Covid-19 (RT-PCR) test report on arrival to enter into the state.

The decision comes after a review meeting chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot at his residence today. It was also decided that an awareness campaign will be run from March for the Covid-19 vaccination.

“In a review meeting on Covid-19 infection and vaccination at the residence, it has been decided that it will be mandatory for people coming to Rajasthan from Maharashtra and Kerala to bring a negative report of the corona RT-PCR test,” Ashok Gehlot tweeted.

It must be noted that West Bengal on Wednesday announced the rule for all passengers arriving from four states – Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, and Telangana.

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Apart from Rajasthan and West Bengal, a total of 13 more states have required negative Covid-19 (RT-PCR) tests report for visitors, especially those who are arriving by air, to limit the spread of new coronavirus variants.


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