Uttarakhand Govt has issued a new guidelines for Char Dham pilgrims. As per  reports, it has now been made mandatory for Char Dham visitors from outside Uttarakhand to carry a negative RT-PCR test report. This statement was given by the state tourism and culture minister Satpal Maharaj.

This year Char Dham yatra is scheduled to start from May 14. The Minister also said that there is a limit of number of pilgrims visiting a daily.

Maharaj announced that visitors coming from other states to Haridwar Maha Kumbh, as well as the Char Dham Yatra, are requested to follow the Coronavirus protocals isssued by the Ministry. He added that the government is fully prepared for the yatra this year in pendamic, and as part of the guidelines, pilgrims will be required to undergo RT-PCR tests done before coming to state. Pilgrims must also register themselves online to be allowed to enter.

State government further issued a revised protocals to prevent the spread of the COVID-19. Reports says that you might now have to pay a fine of Rs 500 for not wearing a mask in Uttarakhand, instead of the INR 200 earlier.

Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat also orders officials to set up the check posts at state borders, and not allow anybody enter the state without a negative RT-PCR test report.
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