New Delhi: Kerala’s Sabarimala temple gate opens after high cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The Sabrimala Temple opens gates for the devotees from Saturday July 17 till July 21.
Visitors have to provide a COVID-19 vaccination certificate of both doses or a negative RT-PCR report issued within 48 hours. The worshippers will have to strictly comply to COVID-19 safety protocol.
Slot are available on the online booking system. Less than 5,000 devotees will be permitted to enter the Sabarimala temple. The officials have to confirm people maintain social distance and wear masks while visiting the shrine.
As coronavirus cases in the state were out of control, the Lord Ayyappa temple in Sabarimara was shut to believers in May this year. Meanwhile, Kerala detailed 13,750 new COVID19 cases and 130 demises on Friday, bringing the total to 31,30,833 and the mortality toll to 15,155. There are now 1,21,944 people in the state receiving treatment.
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