Sabrimala pilgrimage season to be held with Covid-19 protocols

The federal government of Kerala introduced the steps to conduct the annual pilgrimage season of Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa temple.

The federal government of Kerala introduced that the two months lengthy pilgrimage season can be held strictly adhering to Covid-19 protocol. The federal government additionally introduced that steps can be taken the place these inflicted with the virus won’t take part within the occasion and in response to the officers, these under 10 and above 60 years of age won’t be allowed to participate within the pilgrimage.

The federal government additionally mentioned resulting from rising coronavirus circumstances throughout the nation, solely restricted pilgrims can be allowed and people folks ought to register through digital queue system can be allowed entry. After a gathering with numerous departments, chief minister   Pinarayi Vijayan mentioned that pilgrims won’t be allowed to remain again on the temple premises after darshan. In the meantime, the Well being Division is learning if climbing hills carrying masks has any repercussion.

Devotees visiting the temple won’t be allowed to take a dip in river Pamba, as an alternative, bathe services can be allowed at Erumely and Pamba to take bathtub. Particular preparations can be made to carry out choices of Neyyabhishekam and Annadanam to the devotees. To stop the unfold of the virus, consuming water can be supplied in metal water pots to the pilgrims. Native retailers from Supplyco and Consumerfed have arrange kiosks to supply important gadgets. A committee has been set as much as verify how many individuals can be allowed from completely different states to attend the pilgrimage. A digital meet with different ministers of states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Puducherry by Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran to debate pilgrims from respective states.

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