This Indian state is set to lift COVID-19 guidelines from November 1
New Delhi : As India is improving on its COVID 19 situation, several states in the nation have relaxed Covid-related restrictions for the travellers. In a new addition, Assam is gearing to invite people for tourism.
Speaking about this, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma recently stated that they will start lifting restrictions from November 1, as the coronavirus situation has considerably improved in the state.
According to a report by the Times of India, the CM on World Tourism Day had announced a relief package that will provide INR 2 lakh each to 142 tour operators and INR 25000 each to 605 guides, to help them overcome the losses caused by the pandemic.
Meanwhile, CM had stressed on the efforts made by state to provide maximum vaccination to the people before tourism begins on November 1.
He emphasized on the fact that he is hopeful that the tourism industry will witness a boom in the coming days, and hoped that COVID would no longer be able to threaten the lives and livelihood of people around the world from 2022.
Even though several places have started to ease Covid-related curbs, it’s still imperative to practice responsible tourism and strictly follow Covid-related guidelines such as wearing face mask, maintaining social distance and washing hands frequently.