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Video of a massive traffic jam goes viral as hundreds of cars line up to enter Himachal Pradesh


Team Udayavani, Jun 14, 2021, 1:44 PM IST

Source: Twitter

As soon as the Himachal Pradesh government announced that COVID-19 RT-PCR negative tests are no longer required to enter the state, hundreds of cars were seen on the road leading to the state. This caused massive congestion on the road.

Around 5,000 vehicles entered the capital city Shimla through the Shoghi barrier in the last 30 hours. Although the borders have been opened for tourists from other states, a Covid e-pass is still required to get an entry.

 

According to the health department, Himachal Pradesh now has 5,402 active cases.

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