Alert on Karnataka-Kerala border: Negative report compulsory for those who enter Karnataka

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Mysuru, July 10, 2021 (www.justkannada.in): Following an increase in cases of Coronavirus cases in Kerala, vigil at the Karnataka-Kerala border has been increased, and producing COVID-19 Pandemic negative report has been made compulsory for all those who enter Karnataka.
All the people who come from Kerala are being checked at the Udburu check-post in H.D. Kote Taluk of Mysuru District. COVID tests are being conducted on tourists. Only those who get the negative report in the rapid test are being allowed to enter the State.
Strict vigil has been maintained on the travelers who are coming from Kerala. Only those who possess 72 hours old COVID negative reports are being permitted to enter the state.
RTPCR test has been made compulsory once in 15 days for those who travel daily for education, business, and other purposes.
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