Anantnag's district administration in south Kashmir said visitors to public parks and tourist places will be allowed only to submit vaccination certificates and RT-PCR negative reports to tackle the spread of the virus.

Authorities in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district have made a RT-PCR negative report and vaccine certificate mandatory for tourists visiting tourist places including the famous resort of Pahalgam in the district.

According to an order issued by Additional District Magistrate, Chief Executive Officer, DDMA Anantnag, joint enforcement teams of civil and police administration have been constituted to ensure adherence to novel coronavirus SOPs at tourist places and public parks.

Officials said the enforcement teams would also include officials from the floriculture department, development authorities and municipalities.

Chief Medical Officer has been asked to deploy teams at public parks/tourist places to conduct on-the-spot check-ups and vaccinate the visitors.

In the order, the combined teams have been asked to file daily action taken reports regarding imposition of fines etc. in case of violation of novel coronavirus SOPs.

Officials said the teams constituted will ensure adherence to COVID-19 protocols at Wazir Bagh Park, Achabal Garden, Verinag Garden, Pahalgam, Aru, Betab Valley, Dara Shikoh Garden, Kokernag Botanical Garden and other tourist places/parks.

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