Kerala is calling. Are you ready Yet

The tourist destinations in the Gods Own Country will start welcoming tourists under strict COVID-19 norms from Monday, bringing the much-needed relief to the cash strapped economy of the state.

Hill stations, adventure and black water tourism places will welcome travelers from Monday. Beaches will open from November 1, said Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran.

Guidelines for tourists

  1. The travelers will have to follow all the Covid-19 protocol strictly while visiting the tourist spots.
  2. Tourists entering Kerala for short trips spanning less than 7 days do not need a coronavirus negative certificate
  3. All tourists must register on
  4. If the tourists are not returning after seven days, they must undergo coronavirus tests spending money from their own pockets.
  5. Tourists wishing to spend over seven days in the state must produce Covid-19 negative certificate or undergo tests immediately after entering the state. Otherwise, they will have to remain in quarantine for seven days.
  6. Use of masks and sanitizer and maintaining the social distance of two meters is mandatory.
  7. If the tourists develop virus symptoms during their travel, they must contact DISHA helpline and seek the assistance of health workers
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