Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Telangana Govt Makes 14-Day Quarantine Mandatory For Kumbh Mela Returnees

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Coronavirus in India ALIVE: As Odisha closes the border with West Bengal, where it appears there are triple variations of COVID-19, the Telangana Department of Health has asked people returning to Kumbh Mela to separate for 14 days.
Coronavirus in India LIVING REVIEW: With coronavirus cases increasing rapidly, several states have tightened restrictions to prevent further spread of the virus. When the Odisha government decided to close the border with West Bengal, where there are three reported differences in COVID-19, the Telangana Department of Health has asked people returning from Kumbh Mela to separate for 14 days and if there are any signs then they should be checked immediately. Meanwhile, the White House said the US is working closely with India, at both political and professional levels, to find ways to help address the current COVID-19 crisis in the country. “We have continued to work in partnership with India to facilitate the flow of essential services and address the challenges of their options. But we will continue to work with our partners in India to fight this at the highest level. We understand that the situation of COVID in India remains a global concern. And as we look to our Indian friends who are fighting the epidemic, we will once again acknowledge the impact it is taking not only on Indians but also on all South Asians and the rest of the world, ”said the US State Department.

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