Jagannath Temple Puri to stay closed on Sundays for disinfection

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Jagannath Temple Puri to stay closed on Sundays for disinfection

Preserving in view the spike in COVID-19 circumstances in Odisha, the Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) on Sunday determined to shut the 12th century shrine for devotees to be able to undertake disinfection on each Sunday from subsequent week. SJTA chief Krishan Kumar stated after session with

the Chhattisha Nijog (temple servitors physique) it has been determined to maintain the temple doorways shut for devotees on Sundays.

Nevertheless, the every day rituals on the temple will proceed, Kumar stated, including that this sort of restriction was additionally imposed earlier after the temple reopened to public in December final yr.

In the meantime, sources stated the SJTA had made association for vaccination of servitors and their members of the family as they arrive in touch with individuals visiting the temple from throughout the nation and overseas.

The temple administration has additionally enforced strict adherence of the COVID-19 pointers as every devotee coming into into the shrine are requested to get their hand sanitized and sporting a face masks is a should.

This aside, devotees are advised to take care of social distancing inside and outside the temple, an official stated, including that the Puri district administration has already issued a normal working process (SOP) for most of the people and servitors.

To this point 14,547 individuals together with 6 individuals on Sunday have examined optimistic for COVID-19 in Puri district of whom 14,384 have recovered from the illness. The district at the moment has 42 energetic COVID-19 circumstances whereas 118 individuals died of COVID, a well being division official stated.

In the meantime, a servitor sustained accidents as an previous stone idol of “Hiranya Kashap” fell on his leg whereas washing the large Lord Nrushingha statue within the western facet of the temple on Sunday.

“The SJTA has made therapy association of the injured servitor at a hospital in Bhubaneswar,” Kumar stated.

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