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Kerala will open for tourists in a phased manner

The hotel staff, tour operators and other stakeholders will have to be vaccinate in order to ensure safety.

The state of Kerala has been a hotspot for Covid infections in India. It is one of the most affected places as far as Coronavirus is concerned. Presently, the number of new infections has declined significantly in the state of Kerala. The vaccination drive has also increased.

With the declining cases, the state government has decided to open up certain tourist destinations to bring in much-needed revenue. However, the safety of travel has to be considered since many tourists are still apprehensive about traveling to Kerala.

The state government will start opening the tourist destination in a phased manner. The tourists will be allowed to visit these destinations safely. In the coming weeks, the following tourist destinations will start opening for tourism activities.

  • Eravikulam National Park, Munnar
  • Rajamala
  • Chinnar
  • Vattavada

There are several guidelines also being enforced for the visiting tourists. This includes the requirement of a negative Covid test report to be presented before traveling. Also, all the stakeholders in the tourism industry will have to be vaccinated. That would mean all hotel staff, travel guides, and tour operators will have to be fully vaccinated.

The tour operators are also preparing various tourism activities in the famous destinations of Alappuzha and Kottayam. Last month, Vythiri became the first tourist destination to be fully vaccinated. All these efforts are undergoing to help revive the tourism industry of India.

The coming months are expected to be a good time for the revival of the tourism industry. The following news article from ‘India Today’ reports about the developments in Kerala.

https://www.indiatoday.in/coronavirus-outbreak/story/tourist-destinations-in-kerala-to-reopen-in-phased-manner-1838038-2021-08-07

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