COVID Testing Centres In City See Huge Rush

  • | Tuesday | 20th April, 2021

It is marriage season in the North Indian States and those from Mysuru too are going there in trains. As there is a rule that all travelers must have a COVID-negative report not less than 72 hours, families, women, men, and children arrived at K.R. Hospital today to get tested. 

A huge rush was witnessed at COVID testing centers in the city this morning amidst fears of contracting the killer disease. The number of people getting tested has seen an increase at K.R. Hospital and at Town Hall Centres.

While on the one hand people having fever and body-ache are going for the test before consulting a doctor, on the other hand, Mysuru-based travelers to other states like Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh to attend weddings are getting themselves tested to possess a ‘negative’ certificate before entering those States lest they might be denied entry. K.R. Hospital and Town Hall Free COVID Testing Centres witnessed heavy rush and no social distancing measures were observed. People stood close to each other and conversed without masks. Also in the queue were over 75 Policemen who had returned to the city after election duty. They were asked to get the tests done before reaching homes. They are under mandatory quarantine now.


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