Maharashtra govt changes travel rules amid Omicron panic

Mumbai: The new variant of Covid is in turmoil all over the world over the Omicron. However, keeping this in mind, Maharashtra has now changed the travel rules. According to sources, "Under the new rules, passengers coming from just 6 'high risk' countries will have to have institutional warranties. ''

You must be aware that state government minister Adithya Thackeray had said last Wednesday that "safety of people is our first priority and new guidelines will be issued soon. At the same time, he had said, "In many countries, cases of omicrons, the new variants of covid, are increasing rapidly. Some security rules will be briefed. He said that in Mumbai, we are moving towards 100 per cent immunization. He will appeal to the Centre to reduce the gap between the two doses of the vaccine. '

In addition, Adithya Thackeray had also stated, "100 per cent of the population in Mumbai has received the first dose of vaccine and if the Centre narrows the gap between two doses, 100 per cent of the population will also be given another dose by January. The verification has increased after omicron came to light, some rules are being revised. Tell all of you that ever since the new variant of Covid came Omicron, there has been an atmosphere of fear all over the world and there is fear among all.

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