HomeNewsKerala NewsKarnataka has made RT PCR negative certificate compulsory for those from Kerala

Karnataka has made RT PCR negative certificate compulsory for those from Kerala

Karnataka

Bangalore: Karnataka has made RT PCR negative certificates compulsory for people from Kerala. The decision comes at a time when Covid cases are on the rise in Karnataka.

Restrictions now apply to those from Kerala and Maharashtra. Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa has said that he has decided to strengthen the RT PCR negative certificate examination. Yeddyurappa informed. A negative certificate not exceeding 72 hours is required.

It is also suggested that students staying in hostels should avoid traveling to Kerala regularly.

- Advertisment -

Must Read

png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAUQAAADrAQMAAAArGX0KAAAAA1BMVEWurq51dlI4AAAAAXRSTlMmkutdmwAAACBJREFUaN7twTEBAAAAwiD7pzbEXmAAAAAAAAAAAACQHSaOAAGSp1GBAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC - Kerala9.com

The tractor overturned in the pit, 11 people were killed and...

0
Lucknow: At least 11 people were killed when a tractor overturned in Uttar Pradesh. Several people were injured. The incident took place at a...
Kochi Metro

Kochi Metro train till 10 pm

niranjana anoop childhood photos and new 007

Niranjana Anoop