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Giving relief to students and domestic travellers, on Saturday, the Kerala government had said that negative RT-PCR tests were no longer mandatory for inter-state travel and attending exams for persons who have received two doses of COVID vaccine. Also Read - Maharashtra Reports First Case Of Zika Virus After Woman in Pune Tests Positive For Infection
In first week of June this year, Kerala had made RT-PCR test negative result mandatory for many activities including inter-state travel and for attending examinations. However, the revised order has come into force in the wake of the good progress of Covid-19 vaccination. The decision was taken by the State Disaster Management Authority as the COVID-19 vaccination was “progressing well”, a release said. Also Read - Karnataka Lockdown Update: Covid-19 Surveillance Guidelines Extended Till August 16, More Curbs Announced | Full Guidelines
However, the travellers need to produce the vaccination certificate which shows that they have taken both the doses. But those who develop symptoms of Covid-19 shall undergo RT-PCR test and carry the negative result. “Those who have developed symptoms of COVID shall undergo RT-PCR test and carry the negative result,” the release said.
(With PTI inputs)