KERALA TOURISM RE-OPENS POST COVID
Happy to inform you all that Government of Kerala has taken the decision to reopen the destinations in a phased manner. The destinations have been listed out to be opened in two phases. Destinations which are not crowded like Hill stations, Adventure Tourism centres, Backwaters can be opened now following SOPs and COVID protocol. Destinations like Beaches which would be comparatively crowded are allowed to be open from 1st November 2020.
The Department has also prepared Guidelines for reopening the destinations, both with controlled access and without controlled access.
The domestic tourists are now allowed to visit Kerala by following COVID protocol. The main points to be noted are
- Tourists visiting for less than 7 days are exempted from quarantine. They have to register on the Government portal and follow the Guidelines. Please follow link https://covid19jagratha.kerala.nic.in/home/shortVisit
- Tourists visiting for more than 7 days have to bring RT PCR negative certificate from ICMR/ State Approved Laboratory. If they don’t have the certificate they have to test on arrival at own cost from ICMR/ State Approved Laboratory. Otherwise, they will have to be on quarantine for 7 days and test on the 7th day or continue on quarantine for another 7 days.
- Use Mask, Keep social distance and keep sanitizer while you travel.