Reverse quarantine centre opened at Pramati Hillview School
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Reverse quarantine centre opened at Pramati Hillview School

June 5, 2021

Mysore/Mysuru: The Mysuru City Corporation has joined hands with various NGOs to open a reverse quarantine facility in city to help those who test negative for COVID-19 but wish to isolate themselves from their family members who have tested positive for the disease.

Arogya Bharati, Sri Jain Swethambar Terapanth Samaj, GSS Foundation, Rotary and SKRDP have joined hands with the MCC to launch this centre at Pramati Hillview Academy School premises in city.

The persons willing to utilise this facility have to carry a negative RT-PCR test report and get it scrutinised by ward-level COVID team. Nodal Officers of COVID Mitra or COVID Telecare Centres will be issuing a recommendation letter to such persons so that they could isolate themselves in this facility. For details, call Mob: 91410-35524, according to a press release from State Secretary of Arogya Bharati Dr. A.S. Chandrashekar.

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