Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, June 1
On inter-state travel, the UT Administration has lifted all restrictions imposed at the entry and exit points in the city.
UT Adviser Manoj Parida said no mandatory pass was required to enter the city from other states. However, random screening would be done on the border and visitors would be advised self-monitoring for 14 days, he said, adding that all restrictions at the entry or exit points in the city and police nakas on the UT side had been removed. “Now, all connecting roads can be used like pre-Covid days,” he said.
He said residents of the city, desirous of taking a travel pass for visiting other states, wherever such a pass was needed, could apply online to the District Magistrate. Only persons outside the containment zone would be issued such passes, he said, adding that the District Magistrate would take the final decision with regard to the eligibility for such passes.
On increasing the number of passengers in a car or an auto-rickshaw, he said the Central Government had not relaxed the conditions imposed earlier on the number of persons allowed in a car, taxi or auto-rickshaw. He said the earlier order wherein only three persons were allowed in a car or taxi, only one passenger in an auto-rickshaw and no pillion rider on two-wheelers would continue to remain in force in the city.
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