Uttrakhand: Buses are being operated in this city, tourist can come without negetive report

Jun 14 2021 04:20 PM
Uttrakhand: Buses are being operated in this city, tourist can come without negetive report

The operation of buses in Himachal Pradesh has been started from 6 am on Monday following the decision of the Jairam Cabinet. Himachal Pradesh Transport Corporation (HRTC) is going to operate its buses day and night on 1004 routes on the first day out of a total of 4000. The restriction of covid curfew is not going to be applicable to transport service. The corporation is going to increase the number of routes as per the demand of the riders. However, private bus operators have decided not to run buses in protest against non-full waiver of special road tax and token tax.

More than 3,000 hotels have also been unlocked. On the other hand, tourists from any state in the country entering the State will not have to bring a negative report of covid. However, they must be registered on corona e-pass portal for admission. It is only after seeing him that the police deployed at the border will allow tourists to enter.

According to the cabinet decision, the markets are going to be bright from 9 am to 5 pm from today. All shops will be open from Monday to Friday. The government office is also scheduled to work with 50 percent staff from Monday to Friday. Only essential commodity shops are going to be opened on Saturdays and Sundays. On the other hand, taxi and maxi and private vehicles will be able to ply with 100 percent passengers. The corona curfew will continue from 5 pm to 5 am.

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