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All returning to Punjab to undergo 14-day quarantine: CM

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday said all those coming to the state, whether on domestic flights or trains or buses, will have to compulsorily undergo home quarantine for 14 days. He ruled out any complacency despite Punjab posting the highest recovery rate of 90 per cent in the country. Screening of those entering the state would be done at all state and district border entry points, as well as railway stations and airports, and those found symptomatic would be sent into institutional quarantine, while others would have to undergo mandatory two-week home quarantine, the chief minister said in his live Facebook programme #AskCaptain . Rapid testing teams would check on the home-quarantined persons while those found symptomatic would have to undergo thorough testing in hospitals, Singh said in an official statement also here. He made it clear that his government would not rely on any certificate of testing from any part of the country or the world. He cited Punjab s ..

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