Here’s some good news for devotees as the Char Dham Yatra is finally resuming. The yatra will reopen in a phased manner to ensure safety.
For the 1st phase starting from July 1, only residents of Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi will be permitted to visit the shrines. Kedarnath will be open for people in the Rudraprayag district, Badrinath will be open for people in the Chamoli district, and Yamunotri and Gangotri shrines will be open for people in the Uttarkashi district.
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For the 2nd phase beginning July 11, the yatra will resume for people across the state of Uttarakhand.
The yatra requirements for phase are as follows —
- Mandatory online registration on the portal
- Negative RT-PCR/ Rapid antigen report
According to a recent update, a trip pass is also mandatory for the Char Dham Yatra. This trip card will be issued to all private vehicles and can be availed online. Also, vehicles without high security number plates will not be permitted.
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The COVID curfew in the state has been extended till June 28th. Here is the official announcement —
#CovidCurfew extended to 29june in #Uttarakhand
Curfew relaxation @ village decided by #districtmagistrate #market will be open on 22,23,24,25,28 june 8-5pm
26-27(sat-sun) complete lockdown#hotel #restraunt allowed dining with 50% 6-10pm
Central-state offices opened with 50% pic.twitter.com/Eif9dSOpEr
— deepankar brajwasi (@brajwasi7) June 20, 2021
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