Kumbh Mela has started in Haridwar amid Corona virus epidemic. It is the largest fair in the world. People from all over the country and the world come to this fair. It is believed that by taking a dip of faith in the holy rivers on the day of the royal bath, all the sins of the person are washed away. On this occasion, people take a bath in the holy rivers, including the Ganges. Meanwhile, due to the second wave of Corona, the number of infected people has started increasing rapidly. Due to this, the State Government has issued new guidelines. If you too are preparing to go to Haridwar for the royal bath, then know the new rule-

As you all know, Haridwar is a center of attraction for devotees. Devotees definitely visit Haridwar on other days as well. Apart from this, tourists also come to visit Haridwar in large numbers. In view of this, the State Government has made the Corona Negative Test Report compulsory for the people of 12 states. Under this, it will be mandatory for tourists and devotees to bring RT-PCR negative test with them. Giving more information about this, CM Tirath Singh said that all the devotees will have to strictly follow the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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According to the news, people of Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan have been made mandatory to bring RT-PCR negative test for admission to Haridwar. At the same time, RT-PCR negative test should be done 72 hours in advance. If a person does not have an RT-PCR negative test report otherwise older than 72 hours, then he / she will not be allowed to enter Haridwar. Let us tell you that on 12, 14, 27 April, there is a royal bath. A large number of devotees can come on this day. Stringent rules have been made for this.