The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Administration Committee on Monday banned the entry of foreigners who haven’t accomplished their 15-day keep in India in all gurdwaras within the metropolis to verify the transmission of novel coronavirus.
Manjinder Singh Sirsa, president, DSGMC mentioned the choice comes into impact instantly.
“Solely foreigners who’ve been staying in India for greater than 15 days and examined unfavorable for coronavirus will likely be allowed to go to gurdwaras,” he mentioned.
Mr Sirsa mentioned frequent areas and railings, lifts, chairs and so forth will likely be disinfected recurrently.
Gurduwara authorities have additionally discontinued offering headscarves to devotees in all Delhi gurdwaras as a safety measure to verify the unfold of the lethal illness.
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