Visitors to give online info to enter Chandigarh

Visitors to give online info to enter Chandigarh

This will help the UT keep a track of their travel and residence.

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, June 19

To prevent the further spread of Covid-19 due to the arrival of outsiders, visitors coming to the city will have to undergo strict checking at border points.

Now, all persons coming to Chandigarh by road must carry a “self-generated document”, which can be downloaded from UT Administration website www.chandigarh.gov.in. This will help the UT keep a track of their travel and residence.

What all they need to do

  • Visitors coming by road have to provide travel information on UT website www.chandigarh.gov.in

  • Have to declare that they are not coming from a containment zone

  • Have to undertake self-quarantine for 14 days (self-monitor health for 14 days)

  • All passengers coming by train or flight will be screened on arrival and have to undertake self-quarantine for 14 days

The police have been directed to ensure that only authorised persons, who have registered themselves on the website for entry to Chandigarh, are allowed to enter the city. All such visitors have to download the Aarogya Setu app.

On the website, the visitor is required to go to the “inbound visitor registration” column and fill the required information. The visitors have to declare that they are not coming from any containment zone and will undertake self-quarantine for a period of 14 days. During the self-quarantine period, they will have to self-monitor their health and avoid going out in public places.

All passengers coming by train or flight will be screened on arrival and have to undergo self-quarantine for 14 days.

To restrict the movement of visitors, the UT Administration is also working on a proposal to go for self-home quarantine instead of only self-quarantine.

As the UT Administration has already opened the border for inter-state movement of people, no pass is required to enter the city.

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