To control the influx of tourists and get a crowded initiative, the Uttarakhand government sent about 8,000 tourist vehicles to Mussoorie and Nainital in an attempt to enter the weekend. State police have also set up additional border checkpoints to control the flow of tourists in the state.
As a result of the state government tightening Covid Protocols and documentation requirements, tourists will have to take negative RT-PCR tests before 72 hours, make hotel reservations and register online at the Dehradun Smart City portal before visiting the famous hill. Mussoorie and Nainital stations.
The Mussoorie regional administration is playing recorded messages asking people to adopt Covid’s proper behavior. The hill stations are receiving fines for violating basic Covid-19 protocols. The viral video takes place when a group of people without a mask were shown bathing at a mountain station in Kempty Falls.
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On Saturday, a three-kilometer-long queue of cars was seen drowning Mussoorie streets as thousands of people decided to enter the place to spend their leisure time. Nilesh Anand Bharane Uttarakhand, the Chief Inspectorate of Police (DIG) also called on tourists to consider other popular destinations like Bhimtal, Ranikhet and Landsdowne to avoid crowding in certain places.
Well-known hill stations like Shimla, Mussoorie, Kufri, Narkanda, Dalhousie and Manali are attracting large influx of tourists as they want to rid the people of the plains from the scorching heat. An immersion in the country’s Covid cases has also led to the sudden arrival of tourists at hill stations.