Attention Rajasthan and their local family Register Online Before Enetring Rajasthan
For people coming to the state, before entering Rajasthan Register Online in to e-Mitra (eMitra) mobile app or @ www.emitra.rajasthan.gov.in portal, means of their journey to reach Rajasthan like air / rail / road, date, time, Home / Institutional Quarantine Options and Location Information to be provided. So that they can be given immediate medical help when needed.
It is mandatory for those coming from abroad to stay in the payment based institutional quarantine for the first 7 days and home quarantine for the next 7 days.
Home quarantine is mandatory for 14 days for visitors coming from other states to stay at home facility otherwise institutional quarantine.
Information for visitors from other states for less than 7 days
Home Quarantine will not be necessary on bringing negative report of Corona test done 2 days before arrival and return journey will also be allowed.
Those who have not got the test done before coming to Rajasthan, they will have to do the test immediately on arrival and will have to stay in home quarantine till the report comes. Quarantine will not be necessary when the report comes negative and they will be able to complete their work and return.
Those who violate the home quarantine instructions will be placed in institutional quarantine and legal action will also be taken.
Government strict against those who do not follow quarantine
Strict action against those who break the rules
Jaipur, 28 May 2020. It is necessary for the migrant workers and others returning to the state to follow the quarantine rule for a period of 14 days and against those who break this rule, strict action has been taken by the government so far against one thousand 306 people. is.
Additional Chief Secretary, Public Works Department and Chairperson of State Level Quarantine Management Committee, Smt. Veenu Gupta said that at present more than 21 thousand people are in institutional quarantine, while more than 4 lakh 75 thousand people are maintaining home quarantine.
Additional Chief Secretary said that people who are following the quarantine rules in their homes are also being closely monitored. Those violating these rules are explained for the first time. Even if the rules are broken by them, they are sent to the institutional quarantine. He said that people living in home quarantine are being monitored through the Kovid quarantine alert system. He informed that this application has been developed by the Department of Information and Technology. Mrs. Gupta said that information is received by the Quarantine person as soon as he violates the rule, and immediate action is taken.
Mrs. Gupta said that Quarantine Rules have been violated so far by 1, 306 persons, out of which 604 have been shifted from Home Quarantine to Institutional Quarantine. Apart from this, action has been taken against 702 people for giving notice, imposing penalty and lodging FIR.
He said that migrant workers are screened at the border only when they return to the state. They are asked to stay quarantine at home if any symptoms are not detected during screening. In case of symptoms, the person is institutionalized quarantine.
He said that if the person is told that there is not enough space in his house for home quarantine, then such workers are also arranged to keep them in the institutional quarantine. He said that gram panchayat buildings, school buildings etc. are being used for institutional quarantine and there are currently 10 thousand 212 quarantine centers in the state.
Smt. Gupta said that a large number of migrant workers have arrived in Pali, Udaipur, Jalore, Nagaur and Dungarpur districts. Jalore, Pali, Nagaur, Hanumangarh and Barmer districts have more people who live in home quarantine whereas Nagaur, Rajsamand, Jhunjhunun, Chittorgarh and Churu districts have more number of institutional quarantine people.