Dehradun, June 29: Uttarakhand government will begin 2020 Char Dham Yatra for the residents of the state from July 1, Uttarakhand Chardham Devasthanam Board said on Monday. The board has also issued a standard operating procedure for Chardham Yatra, which includes a visit to the Kedarnath temple. SOP on Preventive Measures to Contain Spread of COVID-19 At Religious Places.
According to the guidelines issued by the state, e-pass is applicable for residents of state only and is valid only for darshan at the temple during a visit to the shrine. The order added that if a person has symptoms similar to COVID-19, then the pilgrim should avoid visiting the shrine.
Guidelines to Uttarakhand State Pilgrims to Visit Uttarakhand Char Dham:
- The validity of yatra e-pass is two days.
- Once the pilgrim visits shrine, the e-pass will be null and void.
- Yatra e-pass can be obtained at https://badrinath-kedarnath.gov.in.
- During the visit to the shrine, if pilgrim feels any COVID-19 symptoms should immediately inform the administration.
- Pilgrims should wash their hands and foot before entering the shrine.
Full Guidelines to Visit Uttarakhand Char Dham:
Uttarakhand Chardham Devasthanam Board issues standard operating procedure for Chardham Yatra that will begin from 1st July; E-pass applicable for residents of State only and is valid only for darshan at temple during visit to the shrine. pic.twitter.com/aFQTUL5qf2
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Meanwhile, at present, till Monday total COVID-19 infection cases in the hill state stood 2,823 out of which 2,018 have recovered from the respiratory infection. Till now, 38 have died due to the disease.
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