The Uttarakhand government has extended the Kovid curfew till the next 22 June. At the same time, Chardham Yatra has also been opened for the people of three districts of the state.
At the same time, the number of people attending the wedding has also been increased to 50. With this, now the Chardham Yatra has been opened in three districts of the state. The Yatra has been opened for the people of Chamoli, Uttarkashi and Rudraprayag districts. But RTPCR negative report will be necessary for Chardham Yatra.
Government spokesperson Subodh Uniyal has given this information. He said that a new SOP would be issued by this evening.
Interstate public vehicles will now be able to operate with 100 percent ridership during the Kovid curfew.
This System will Remain in Force as Before.
- RTPCR negative report necessary for going to hill districts.
- RTPCR negative report of 72 hours is necessary for those coming to Uttarakhand from outside the state.
- No RTPCR required for travel between Garhwal and Kumaon, online registration required.