743 staff members of Triputi temple test positive for Covid-19

Amravati: The coronavirus, which has been killing people continuously for the past several days, has become a big problem for anyone in today's time. Every day the number of infections is increasing. So at the same time, the corona is continuously wreaking havoc all around the world. Due to which it is becoming more difficult to live human life in every corner of the country. And further, it cannot be said as to how long the coronavirus can get rid of and how long.

743 employees of the country's major Tirupati Balaji temple have been tested for covid-19, while 402 people have recovered. 3 employees have died due to infection. After the signs of the outbreak, the temple administration has no plans to stop the darshan.

AK Singhal, executive officer of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD), disclosed this during his regular telephonic interactive session on Sunday. And he dismissed criticism that the temple was open only to income. He said that the temple was reopened after closing for only 80 days for darshan. He claimed that instead of what we are getting from the pilgrims, we are spending more money on all the facilities for prevention measures against COVID-19. The EO made it clear that those who book tickets online and cannot travel to Tirupati as their areas fall under the Red Zone and the tickets booked will not be refunded. Why this feature was only under lockdown.

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