Bulandshahr News – RTPCR test must be done to go to Uttarakhand

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RTPCR test must be done to go to Uttarakhand
Bulandshahr. Travelers traveling to Uttarakhand now have to carry a corona test with them. Passengers will only be able to enter Uttarakhand after the negative report has been issued by RTPCR. Four buses are operated daily from the district to Uttarakhand. The Uttarakhand government has issued instructions not to enter the country until after the negative Kovid report about people from other countries. On the other hand, health authorities have started preparing for the covid investigation at CHC-PHC regarding Kanwar Yatra.
Four buses run for six days
Depot manager Mr. Hassan Kazmi said that four buses to Uttarakhand have been put into operation in the past six days with the approval of the headquarters. Four buses run to and from Rudrapur, Haldwani, Dehradun and Haridwar every morning. Commuting in street buses is not a problem. But in Uttarakhand entry will be granted if there is a negative RTPCR report from passengers. If there is no notification, the passengers must be checked there. On the other hand, due to the ban on Shiv Kanwar Yatra by the government of Uttarakhand on Shivratri of the month of Sawan, there is a possibility that Shiv followers may gather on Brajghat Ganga in Hapur district.
In order to prevent a corona infection, in addition to the preparation of medical kits, preparations have also begun to carry out tests with antigen kits on CHC-PHCs in the respective areas. Doctors were also alerted. Preparations are also being made to vaccinate Shiva followers to protect them from Corona. CMO Dr. Bhatosh Shankhdhar announced that in view of the Kanwar Yatra, medical equipment will be kept in all CHC PHCs, along with the organization of vaccines and vaccines for Corona prevention.

RTPCR test must be done to go to Uttarakhand

Bulandshahr. Travelers traveling to Uttarakhand now have to carry a corona test with them. Passengers will only be able to enter Uttarakhand after the negative report has been issued by RTPCR. Four buses are operated daily from the district to Uttarakhand. The Uttarakhand government has issued instructions not to enter the country until after the negative Kovid report about people from other countries. On the other hand, health authorities have started preparing for the covid test at CHC-PHC regarding Kanwar Yatra.

Four buses run for six days

Depot manager Mr. Hassan Kazmi said that four buses to Uttarakhand have been put into operation in the past six days with the approval of the headquarters. Every morning all four buses go to and from Rudrapur, Haldwani, Dehradun and Haridwar. Commuting in street buses is not a problem. But in Uttarakhand entry will be granted if there is a negative RTPCR report from passengers. If the message is not available, the passengers must be checked there. On the other hand, due to the ban on Shiv Kanwar Yatra by the government of Uttarakhand on Shivratri of the month of Sawan, there is an opportunity to gather Shiv followers on Brajghat Ganga in the Hapur district.

In order to prevent a corona infection, in addition to the preparation of medical kits, preparations have also begun to carry out tests with antigen kits on CHC-PHCs in the respective areas. Doctors were also alerted. Preparations are also being made to vaccinate Shiva followers to protect them from Corona. CMO Dr. Bhatosh Shankhdhar announced that in view of the Kanwar Yatra, medical equipment will be kept in all CHC PHCs, along with the organization of vaccines and vaccines for Corona prevention.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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