Though the number of coronavirus cases is slow in India, it is increasing day by day. It is in this way that the governments of the respective states are alerting the population to the virus. Everyone knows that coronavirus is booming around the world. And when it comes to India, the latest here should not be too scary. TTD has made key decisions in this regard. Amid growing cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) being reported in the country. The Tirumala Tirupati Temple (TTD) has also been alerting devotees on coronavirus.
Recently TTD announced a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of this virus. Those who have booked tickets at Tirumala will be refunded in case they wish to cancel their journey. The TTD officials also appealed to devotees to come equipped with hand sanitizers and masks to keep the virus at bay.
As part of this, devotees are waiting in compartments only with allocated tokens through the time slot. TTD gives those who pre-book various services the opportunity to change their dates. The Dhanvantari Mahayagnam is scheduled to be held from 19 to 21 this month for the prevention of corona.
The government already issued orders to shut the pilgrims, schools, malls, and theatres. But TTD is going to hold Dhanvantari Mahayagnam. Already many pilgrims were closed because of coronavirus. There are speculations that the government will soon close the TTD for a few days.
Doctors are currently testing with a thermal gun for pilgrims to the Tirumala route. TTD officials warn that those who suffer from respiratory distress syndromes such as colds and colds should not come to Tirumala. Devotees are advised to bring hand sanitizers and masks before they come to Tirumala.