Uttarakhand government will start Char Dham Yatra from 1st  July, however, only pilgrims from the state would be allowed to visit the shrines.  

Uttarakhand Chardham Devasthanam Board yesterday issued a standard operating procedure for Chardham Yatra and fresh guidelines for the pilgrims amid novel coronavirus spread across the country.

The Chardham Yatra, which includes a visit to the Kedarnath temple, attracts lakhs of tourists and devotees every year from across the country and abroad.

According to guidelines, E-pass will be issued to the residents of the state only. It will be valid only for darshan at the shrine.

People from containment, buffer zones and quarantine centres within the state will not be allowed the pilgrimage.

Pilgrims should avoid meeting senior citizens and children below 10 years during their visit to Shrine.

Pilgrims are strictly advised not to touch any idol, during the visit to temple. It will be mandatory to wear a face mask, carry hand sanitizer and maintain social distancing.

Pilgrims need to upload and carry ID proof, photo of the applicant, and medical document such as chronic disease.

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