In Kerala, the tourist destinations will start welcoming tourists under strict COVID-19 norms from today. The hill, adventure, backwater and Ayurveda tourist destinations will be reopened for the domestic tourists, while the beach destinations will remain closed and will be opened on November 1 as it is difficult to place restrictions for the entry of tourists on beaches.  

The domestic tourists need not undergo quarantine for trips up to seven days. For those who wish to spend more than seven days need to carry a COVID-negative certificate or undergo a test in Kerala at their expense. Otherwise, they will have to undergo a seven-day quarantine in the state.

Further,  all the domestic tourists will have to register on Covid jagratha portal  and will have to follow the protocols. Domestic tourists will have to wear masks, apart from ensuring physical distancing of two metres and using sanitisers during their visit. Those showing any symptoms of Covid infection should not travel to the state.

The state government has also made public the guidelines to be followed in the state while touring the state. In all the destinations, the body temperature of tourists will be recorded. The government also suggested taking online booking for the reservation of rooms and entry in adventure tourism centres.

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