Corona Virus impacts Vaishno Devi Yatra: Corona Virus has triggered worldwide outrage. The authorities of each nation is making all efforts to guard in opposition to Corona and so they have stopped the arrival of foreigners. School-college, market, cinema corridor have been closed. Now Corona can be having an impression on the pilgrims coming to see the mom Vaishno Devi.
In reality, the Shree Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board has prohibited the touring of Vaishno Devi, the mom of overseas nationals, non-resident Indians (NRIs) and Indians coming from overseas, as a result of impression of Corona. <! –
In this regard, the Shrine Board has issued an advisory on Sunday. In which it has been stated that if any particular person coming from everywhere in the nation is affected by cough and chilly, then he won’t be able to journey.
After the issuance of this advisory, now these folks won’t be able to see Mata Vaishno Devi for 28 days. Chief Executive Officer of Shrine Board Ramesh Kumar says that passenger assist desks have been arrange on the railway station Katra, Helipad, Niharika Complex. Along with this, kinds had been being stuffed from the passengers coming from the nations affected by Corona. With this, boards of journey associated directions have been arrange in Katra to make the devotees conscious. The docs and workers of the board have additionally been educated. Masks, gloves, sanitizers and different needed objects have been supplied for the board's workers and devotees.
District Commissioner Reasi Indu Kanwal Chib has imposed Section 144 in Katra, a base camp relating to the corona virus. Stores, langars, public applications, gyms and malls have additionally been banned in Katra until 31 March. The District Commissioner stated that this step has been taken to guard the devotees from the corona virus.
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