Kejriwal government orders 14-day home quarantine mandatory for Kumbh returnees

Delhi government has issued orders in respect to control the situation amid the rapidly increasing cases of coronavirus. Kejriwal government on Saturday has decided to make it mandatory to stay in isolation for 14 days after coming back from Kumbh Mela.

The order issued states that for all those residents of Delhi who have gone for Kumbh Mela in Haridwar needs to get themselves quarantine at home for two weeks on return. Also, strict measures will be taken against those who violates the order. The pilgrims of Delhi who visited the Kumbh between April 4 and April 17 are requested to update their details on a link provided on the Delhi government website within 24 hours. This will allow the government to effectively trace all Kumbh Mela visitors.

In the meanwhile more than 1500 people have tested positive for Covid-19 at the Kumbh Mela in Haridwar in just past 6 days. Reportedly, Delhi has recorded 24,374 fresh cases in last 24 hours, i.e, on Saturday. Now, almost 70,000 active cases in Delhi are recorded as per the health department.

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