Covid Live News Updates: Uttarakhand CM orders 50% occupancy capping in hotels amid tourists’ rush – The Economic Times

Covid Live News Updates: Uttarakhand CM orders 50% occupancy capping in hotels amid tourists’ rush – The Economic Times

Tourists have been thronging hills as the heatwave has hit the plains and the second wave of COVID-19 seeing a significant decline in the country, although the gross violation of Covid appropriate behaviour by the visitors is being accounted for in many places.

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As a major influx of tourists are moving to hills in search of some much-needed respite, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur on Friday appealed to tourists to follow COVID-19 norms.



Uttarakhand CM orders 50% occupancy

As the tourist’s influx has increased in Uttarakhand, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami on Friday said the state government has issued an order regarding 50 per cent occupancy capping in hotels in Nainital and Dehradun.

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