Control for those from Kerala; Karnataka tightens the test

Highlight:

  • Mandatory RTPCR result
  • Inspection will be strengthened
  • Action against offenders

Bangalore: Karnataka has strict control over the people of Kerala. The Karnataka government has made it clear that a negative RTPCR certificate or a two-dose vaccination certificate must be obtained within 72 hours of entering Karnataka.

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The order says that controls will be intensified at the checkpoints in Dakshina Kannada, Kodak and Chamrajnagar, which share a border with Kerala.

Merchants and students visiting the state must submit to a Kovid inspection every two weeks. The concessions are available to healthcare workers and children under two years of age.

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Concessions will also be made for death or medical needs. The order states that action will be taken against offenders under the Disaster Prevention Act.

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