Tourists Travelling Uttarakhand Need Not Carry RT PCR Test Report
| Saturday | 31st July, 2021
No need to carry an RT PCR report if travelling to Uttarakhand.
This is good news for the travellers as the Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami on Friday has announced that people travelling to Uttarakhand need no longer be required to carry a negative report of the RT-PCR test done within 72 hours.
The announcement by the CM comes as the COVID-19 situation has improved in the state with the active caseload dropping significantly.
On the other hand, the India Meteorological Department has been warning tourists to be safe and stay alert due to bad weather as several parts of the state are facing the wrath of heavy rain.
Earlier all those coming from outside to Uttarakhand including the tourists were required to show a negative RT-PCR test report not older than 72 hours of arrival at the airport and the entry points to the state.
CM Dhami, at a news channel’s programme, said, “The rate of infection has fallen significantly in the state. There are many districts from where not a single positive case of Covid-19 is being reported. According to Dhami, in these circumstances, the state government has made mandatory arrangements to relax the travel restrictions by ending the necessity to carry documentary evidence of vaccination and negative RT-PCR report while travelling to the state.”
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