Tourists coming to Kashmir by road to undergo COVID-19 tests

Published 1 year ago

Those planning a trip to Kashmir by means of the street won't need to go through the COVID test. This move comes in the wake of rising Coronavirus cases in the nation; besides, those meeting Kashmir are supposedly trying COVID-19 positive in huge numbers. The state government has likewise reported that there will be mass inoculation of lodging staff across Kashmir Valley. Srinagar Deputy Commissioner Aijaz Asad said that mass inoculation of drivers, inn staff, houseboat staff, and other people who are associated with the travel industry area as cutting edge laborers, will before long be begun across all travelers objections. 

He added that a unique COVID-19 related preparing system will likewise be done for houseboat and lodging staff individuals to ensure all COVID-related SOPs are stringently clung to. He encouraged the travel industry partners to work with guest's visit by guaranteeing appropriate cleanliness and disinfection in all inns. He encouraged them to keep two rooms accessible, which can likewise be utilized as segregation rooms on the off chance that any guest tests COVID positive. 

The Deputy Commissioner, while tending to a gathering to audit COVID-19 circumstance, expressed that ss shared obligation, every partner should work with their concerned divisions to guarantee to compel the travel industry just as successful managing the pandemic. He additionally added that all guests entering the valley through the street will currently need to go through testing at Lower Munda in the area Kulgam of South Kashmir to contain the spread of the infection. 

Till now, just those coming by means of air needed to go through COVID test at the Srinagar Airport, after which they were permitted to visit their particular objections. Further, the Jammu District Magistrate dropped all consents identified with presentations and fairs in the region in the wake of an unexpected spike in the quantity of COVID-19 cases