Travellers from Maharashtra and Kerala are required to produce a negative test report if you are travelling to Rajasthan

Posted on March 3, 2021 by

The government of Rajasthan on Thursday has tightened its grip on regulations regarding the Covid-19 as the number of cases across the country seems to be on an upward move, especially on commuters from Kerala and Maharashtra.
Travelers from these two states are required to carry a negative Covid-19 test report on their arrival at Rajasthan, as has been directed by the state government.
A statement by the government went on like this, “Travellers from Maharashtra and Kerala to Rajasthan should provide negative RT-PCR report not older than 72 hours on their arrival”.
For supporting the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in connection to the public health measures for targeted Covid response and management, deputed high – level multi-disciplinary teams were formed against Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir on February 24.
Keeping in sync with the official release, it is the sole responsibility of the three-member multidisciplinary teams to work closely with the state and UT administration and find out reasons for the recent development in the number of Covid-19 cases. The team is also expected to work in close contact with the health authorities of the states and UT for the development of the necessary precautionary measures against Covid-19 in order to break the chain of transmission.
The health ministry has given orders to the states and UT’s for undertaking a critical review of the emerging situation on a regular basis with the help of the concerned district officials in order to make sure that the gains achieved so far in the management of Covid-19 doesn’t disappear in the mist.