Bengaluru, July 31: Amid regular spike in COVID-19 instances, the Karnataka authorities has made it mandatory for travellers from Kerala and Maharashtra to supply a negative RT-PCR check report no matter their vaccination standing.
Persons arriving from Kerala, Maharashtra ought to produce a negative RT-PCR certificates, that’s not older than 72 hours. The situation applies for all of the passengers arrivingto Karnataka by flight, bus, practice and private transport.
Railway authorities shall be accountable for guaranteeing that every one passengers travelling by trains carry negative RT-PCR certificates.For all of the passengers travelling by bus, the bus conductor shall make sure that they possess RT-PCR negative certificates.
Airliners shall situation boarding passes boarding passes solely to the passengers carring a negative RT-PCR certificates, that’s not older than 72 hours.
Deputy Commissioners of the districts bordering Kerala — Dakshina Kannada, Kodagu, and Mysore — and Maharashtra — Belagavi, Vijayapura, Kalaburagi and Bidar — shall set up examine posts and make preparations to deploy crucial workers to make sure that all of the autos (driver, passengers, helper/cleaner) coming into Karnataka are checked for the compliance of the above requirement.
“lt’s mandatory for college students and public visiting Karnataka day by day for training, enterprise and different causes to bear RT-PCR check as soon as in 15 days and possess the negative check report,” mentioned the federal government within the order.
Story first printed: Saturday, July 31, 2021, 15:45 [IST]