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Kollur: Chemicals sprayed at temple town for sanitization

Team Udayavani, May 22, 2020, 8:04 PM IST

Kollur: Due to the presence of a large number of people in the quarantine centres in and around the town here, the fire services sprayed a disinfectant chemical in the town and surrounding areas.

The outer walls of the Mookambika Temple too were sprayed with the disinfectant.

There are 970 people who arrived from Mumbai quarantine at Kollur’s lodges and hostels.

The disinfectant was also sprayed on the main roads and the town’s bus station.

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