The temple opened on 3 Jan after being shut for 9 months as a result of pandemic. Puri authorities stated particular preparations will likely be made for aged/senior devotees
File picture of historic Lord Jagannath’s Rath Yatra in Puri. PTI
Bhubaneswar: The Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) on Sunday introduced that devotees needn’t produce their COVID-19 damaging report for getting entry into the twelfth century shrine in Puri from 21 January.
The resolution on this regard was taken at a gathering attended by SJTA chief Krishan Kumar, Puri district magistrate-cum collector Samarth Verma and Superintendent of Police KB Singh.
“The devotees can enter into the temple with out having COVID-19 damaging report from 21 January. The resolution will stay in pressure until 21 February,” the SJTA chief informed reporters.
Kumar stated the SJTA has determined to loosen up the restriction which was imposed on temple entry for most people. The temple opened for public from 3 January after remaining closed for 9 months within the wake of the pandemic.
The Puri Collector stated that particular preparations and queue system will quickly be launched for aged/senior residents coming to the temple.
The temple was opened in a phased method from 23 December, 2020. While the servitors and their relations had been allowed to enter the temple from 23 to 25 December night, the native residents of Puri bought alternative to have darshan of the deities between 26 and 31 December.
The temple was lastly opened to the general public for darshan of the deities — Lord Balabhadra, Devi Subhadra and Lord Jagannath — from 3 January, 2021 adhering to the COVID-19 tips.
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