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Admin sets up COVID testing facilities at all paid gardens, parks

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Srinagar: Amid the fears of the possibility of 3rd wave of Covid-19, the administration has set up Covid testing facilities at all paid gardens and parks in the Valley.

Local news agency KNO reported that a doctor assigned at Shalimar garden said they have done 50 rapid antigen tests for the day.

“Our protocol only those visitors with a vaccination certificate or RTPCR test not more than 72 hours old or an antigen test (RAT) conducted in past 24 hours only are to be allowed to enter the garden; else we do a rapid antigen test to every visitor before their entry into the garden,” the doctor said.

Many paramedics were seen taking nasal swab samples from the visitors to conduct a rapid antigen test for Covid-19 before allowing them to enter the garden.

The facilities have been made available at Shalimar garden, Nishat garden and many other paid Mughal gardens in Srinagar. (KNO)

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