Corona virus: ISKCON temple issued advisory in Mathura, appeals to foreigners to not come to temple

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Mathura This week the massive competition of Holi goes to come back and if probably the most pompous Holi is performed someplace within the nation, then it’s Mathura and Vrindavan, however this time the colours of Holi are going to fade. The greatest motive for that is coronavirus. Due to Coronav virus, all persons are taking precautions, in such a scenario, the well-known ISKCON temple in Mathura issued an advisory and appealed to all international devotees to not come to the temple for the following two months. The advisory is delivered to the devotees via the ISKCON temple positioned in different international locations.

This advisory was issued after the outbreak of Corona virus and most suspected circumstances of the illness had been present in Mathura's neighboring district of Agra. <! –

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                 ISKCON temples world wide, particularly in Mathura, entice giant numbers of devotees of Lord Krishna who’re run by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. The temple is taking additional precautions relating to the corona virus.

All workers have been requested to put on masks. All the devotees visiting the temple have been requested to take precautions to keep away from the virus. Sources mentioned that ISKCON administration has requested some international devotees to make different international devotees conscious of the virus within the temple premises.

The district administration has repeatedly requested the devotees to clean their fingers and put on masks. An official of the district mentioned that we can’t cease individuals from going to Mathura as a result of the competition of Holi is on the pinnacle and there are already 1000’s of vacationers right here. However, we’re asking the managers of varied temples to unfold consciousness and urge devotees to take precautions.

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