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Uttarakhand government announces new Unlock 4.0 updates for tourists

Among the other changes, there will be no limit to the number of tourists per day entering the state.

Kaudia Range, Uttarakhand
Kaudia Range, Uttarakhand (image source: Wikimedia Commons)

Uttarakhand State Government released newly updated guidelines for the 4th phase of unlocking restrictions in India. From September 1st, the new updates will be applied for all ‘Non-Containment’ zones in the state of Uttarakhand.

According to these new guidelines, there is no limit on the number of tourists entering the state. Earlier, the total number of tourists entering the state of Uttarakhand was limited to 2000 per day. From 1st September, there is no such limit anymore. Uttarakhand government said that this was done to boost tourism in the state.

Another update was regarding the submission of COVID-19 negative reports. Earlier, on the ICMR recognized hospitals could issue the test reports. But now, even ‘Truenat’ tests will be recognized and acceptable before entering Uttarakhand. This report will be valid for 72 hours.

The tourists will have to register themselves on the government portal before traveling to the state. Tourists can also upload a copy of the report on this portal  (www.smartcitydehradun.uk.gov.in).

There are many restrictions that are still in places such as the closing of educational institutions, cinema halls, theatres, and theme parks until September 30th. The changes to the new guidelines will be announced after 30th September.

 

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