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Covid-19 swab centre opened at Talapady

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On November 29, the Dakshina Kannada health department opened a temporary swab collecting site near Talapady’s interstate border. Interstate commuters who arrive without RT PCR negative findings are subjected to border testing as per DHO. The crew is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in three shifts. All visitors from Kerala must present an RT-PCR negative certificate that is no more than 72 hours old. RT-PCR testing should be performed once every 14 days for Kasaragod commuters. 

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Those who do not have an RT-PCR negative certificate will be submitted to a checkpoint test. Testing facilities are also available at two of the city’s train terminals. All educational institutions have been told to compile a list of Kerala students who have arrived in the Dakshina Kannada district from November 12th. All pupils will be checked, regardless of previous test results, and swabs will be taken for RT-PCR tests.

The colleges have been assigned nodal officers to cooperate with the health department. As per him, paramedical institutions affiliated with medical colleges have been ordered to analyze the samples in their laboratories. He claimed that vaccination certificates are required to enter malls and government buildings and that all public-sector employees have been instructed to acquire vaccine doses. Passengers traveling at Mangalore International Airport (MIA) should have their Covid-19 negative certificate before boarding the aircraft, as per Dakshina Kannada, the nodal officer for Covid-19. They will be tested upon arrival in Mangaluru if they do not have a negative certificate.


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