As Covid-19 situation improves, Rajasthan lifts curbs on movement of people

The government on Tuesday lifted curbs on the interstate movement of people, citing improvement in the situation.

The government had put restrictions on the interstate movement on June 10 after a sudden spike in cases, making it mandatory to obtain a pass for travelling out of the state whereas those entering were required to show their personal ID.

The state Home Department order says as the number of daily infections has stabilised and the recovery rate improved, the conditions imposed on the entry and exit of people are removed with immediate effect.

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The free movement of people in and out of the state is restored, subject to the condition that all persons entering and exiting the state will be screened at the point of entry or exit, Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Rajeeva Swarup said in the order.

It is clarified that there will no longer be any requirement for any person to obtain a pass or NOC for the purpose of entry or exit into or out of Rajasthan, he said in the order.

has reported 13,096 cases and 302 deaths till Tuesday morning.

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