Now news is coming that some travellers are making their RT-PCR report fake so that they can enter other states for holiday.

Uttarakhand Police said that it has arrested 13 people who came to Dehradun with such fake negative reports. It is shocking how some citizens are still not taking the pandemic seriously, and completely disregarding the laws of the country. Not to mention, the deviant behavior that is coming to the fore.

The police also arrested four people who created these fake documents and said that till now 100 such fake RT PCR reports have been detected. This means that not only are people in India crowding tourist places in violation of covid-19 protocols, but there is also no accountability for their health condition.

Popular tourist destinations in Uttarakhand such as Mussoorie and Nainital have been found a large number of tourists in the past few weeks as the government eased restrictions. However, there are basic rules and regulations that still need to be followed. An RT-PCR test report is required to enter most states, and it seems some travellers have found a way to make fun of these rules.

Checkpoints have been set up to nab violators and surveillance has been increased. But more importantly, the public needs to be more responsible at this time. By doing such stunts you are putting others and yourself at risk. As has now been established, some people are asymptomatic, and this can lead to dangerous consequences.


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