The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has asked those getting back from the Mahakumbh in Haridwar and the individuals who plan to go to the strict journey in the coming days to compulsorily go through 14-day home or institutional isolate after getting back to the public capital.
In a request gave by boss secretary Vijay Dev on Saturday night, the DDMA additionally asked Delhi occupants, who had visited the continuous Kumbh between April 4 and Saturday, to transfer their subtleties, including name, address, contact number, ID verification, date of takeoff and appearance around there, among others, on the Delhi government site for contact following.
The regional government has no information on the quantity of inhabitants who went to go to the Kumbh this year, senior government authorities said. “The facts demonstrate that such an entryway ought to have been made before, ideally before the Kumbh Mela began on March 11 or from April 1 when the cases began ascending in Delhi,” said an authority on state of namelessness.
In any event 2,000 fans have tried Covid-19 positive at Kumbh in seven days’ time. A dominant part of the fans were seen mocking Covid standards.