Corona restrictions imposed on temples in Mathura-Vrindavan Corona restrictions imposed on temples in Mathura-Vrindavan

Digital Desk, Mathura. In view of the increasing cases of corona in Uttar Pradesh, fresh restrictions have been imposed in all the temples of Mathura and Vrindavan. Banke Bihari Temple in Vrindavan has reintroduced the online registration system to limit the number of devotees.

He has also made an RT-PCR negative test report mandatory for visitors from other states. Civil Judge (Junior Division) Archana Singh has ordered deployment of police and paramilitary force in Banke Bihari temple for strict adherence to corona guidelines and the temple management for thermal scanning, hand sanitizing and ensuring that visitors Wear a mask Along with this, a test desk has been directed to be set up at the entrance.

The circumambulation of the Dwarkadhish temple in Mathura has been banned. Distribution of Prasad and Charanamrit has also been stopped. Rakesh Tiwari, public relations officer and legal advisor of Dwarkadhish temple management, said that only two gates would be operational for the entry and exit of devotees to ensure that social distancing is maintained. Devotees will not be allowed to stay in the temple for long. On Monday, 185 people were found corona positive, while a day ago 235 people came positive, due to which the total number of active cases in the district has increased to 739.


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