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Saturday, 17 April 2021

Anyone visiting Kumbh will not get direct entry into the village, mandatory RT-PCR test will be done and will have to live alone

Visit to Jamnagar: Anyone visiting Kumbh will not get direct entry into the village, mandatory RT-PCR test will be done and will have to live alone: ​​CM Rupani An hour ago Jamnagar Anyone who goes to Kumbh will not get direct entry into the village, will have to undergo mandatory RT-PCR test and will have to stay apart: CM Rupani | Jamnagar, Jamnagar - Divya Bhaskar.







At the meeting, the Chief Minister directed the administration to make arrangements for the control 




of Koro A review meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister on the situation of Koros in Jamnagar district
A high-level review meeting was held today at the Collectorate in Jamnagar in the presence of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitinbhai Patel for the status of Corona and its control. 








After the review meeting, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani told reporters that not a single person who went to Kumbh would be given direct entry into his village. Their RTPRC will be tested and they will be compulsorily isolated. The collector of the province has been instructed to blockade the village for them.




We set up a separate system so that those who went to Aquarius did not become corona spreaders During his inspection visit to Jamnagar, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that when Kumbh Mela devotees return to Gujarat, the Collector of each district has asked all the people to separate the RTPCR. Anyone infected is advised to perform tests and receive immediate treatment. Anyone who goes to Aquarius will not have direct access to his village, the blockade in the village has been notified to the province collector. We also have a separate system so that people going to Aquarius do not become corona spreaders.





The Chief Minister directed the administration to provide details including corona case, testing, tracing, covid hospitals, number of beds, oxygen facility, ventilator, therapeutic injection, treatment facility, health personnel in rural areas of Jamnagar city. District. Was.




The meeting was attended by Minister RC Faldu, Mayor Binaben Kothari, MP Poonam Madam, Chief Secretary Anil Mukim, BJP District President, Chief Minister Chief Front Secretary K. Collector, Municipal Commissioner, District Development Officer, Range IG, District Police Chief and others were present. Officers were present and discussed Corona's condition.




 
A review meeting was held with the Chief Minister regarding the situation of Koro in Jamnagar district The review meeting, chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, was attended by Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel and Cabinet Minister RC Faldu and Minister of State Hakubha, MP Poonamban Madam and Health Secretary Jayanti Ravi.

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