All the travellers coming to Kashmir by road shall undergo coronavirus tests in Kulgam district, an official mentioned on Thursday. Srinagar Deputy Commissioner (DC) Mohammed Aijaz Asad chaired a gathering to overview the coronavirus scenario, a spokesperson mentioned.
Asad mentioned the testing for travellers coming by road shall be began in Lower Munda space in a few days as this may assist in containing the unfold of virus within the Valley.
DC mentioned mass vaccination of lodge employees, drivers, houseboat employees and others shall be began throughout all vacationer locations.
A particular coaching programme shall be performed for the employees members to be certain that all customary working procedures are adopted strictly whereas coping with the vacationers, he mentioned.
Asad urged the tourism stakeholders to guarantee correct sanitation and hygiene in all inns.
The deputy commissioner requested the hoteliers to preserve two rooms accessible for isolation of vacationers in case they check constructive.
Dr Gazalla, the incharge of COVID-19 testing at Srinagar Airport, deliberated on the significance of vaccination.
Various tourism stakeholders from Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam and Sonamarg additionally attended the assembly.
The tourism gamers raised varied calls for, together with hiring of separate lodge lodging for isolation of contaminated vacationers, permission to vacationers to the valley solely after their Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) check reviews, enchancment in testing facility on the Airport and sanitation of inns.