To curb the current rapidly increasing Covid-19 cases in India, the Delhi government has taken a big decision to revise its guidelines as per the current prevailing situations. While the latest reports state that the new variants of the Coronavirus have been found in the people of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
And to curb the same, CM Kejriwal has set up the new guidelines wherein, people traveling from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana will have to quarantine themselves for at least 14 days after reaching Delhi. And to execute the same, CM Kejriwal has set up government quarantine centers and other paid quarantine facilities.
However, for the people who are vaccinated, after producing the certificates for their two doses of vaccination, or a negative report for the RT-PCR test conducted before 72 hours, shall remain under a home isolation facility for at least 7 days. A person violating these rules must be placed under isolation at government institutions.
The people visiting the embassies of these two states must stay under the recommended isolation period under the administration of the Residence Commission.
While the people visiting Delhi by roadways or buses shall be isolated for the recommended time period under the administration of the District Magistrate and the DCP of Delhi Police. Moreover, people staying in hotels and resorts will have to go through their isolation period under the guidance of their respective owners.