Covid restrictions come into force for tourists on Himachal borders

Only locals allowed to move across the borders

Tribune News Service 

Dharamsala, April 28

The restrictions on state borders, which mandate anyone entering Himachal Pradesh from red zones for Covid infection should carry an RT-PCR negative report or should register with e-pass portal of the state, came into force in Una and Kangra districts on Wednesday morning.

Police personnel deployed on borders in Kandwal, Damtal and Sansarpur Terrace in Kangra district and Mehatpur, Garrett and Daulatpur in Una district stopped the buses and private vehicles to check RTPCR negative reports of those entering the state.

The residents of the state from outside were asked to register on the Covid eportal site and advised to stay in home quarantine for a week.

The authorities allowed only the locals to move across the borders.

Kangra SP Vimukt Ranjan said the locals were being allowed to move with the advice to wear masks and maintain social-distancing.

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