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MCC to take stringent action against those who refuse Covid test by UPHC staffs

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Mangaluru: Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) is seeing a surge in the rate of Covid – 19 cases within its limits as a result of the re-opening of educational institutions, malls, shopping complexes, super markets, and other public establishments.

As a precondition for conducting public transactions and activities, public establishments have previously been told to follow strict Covid – 19 guidelines. Establishment owners were required to have their employees take the Covid – 19 test once every ten days.

Educational institutions were directed to keep an eye on outstation students’ activities and subject them to institutional quarantine. Institutions and establishments, on the other hand, have been found to be in violation of the guidelines on several instances.

According to the MCC press release, a few residential apartments, housing layouts, and malls have been reported as being uncooperative with doctors and staff from Urban Primary Healthcare Centres (UPHC) who are conducting Covid – 19 tests.

The public has been asked to cooperate with MCC UPHC officials, who have been working together to prevent the pandemic’s third wave. It was mentioned in the press release that those found in violation of the current public health guidelines will face charges under the Epidemic Act.

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