Kerala govt permits reopening of spas, ayurveda resorts

Thiruvananthapuram: The spas and ayurvedic resorts used to welcome a large number of tourists both domestic and international holidayers in the southern state, Kerala

The spas, ayurvedic resorts and other such facilities in Kerala, which were closed months ago due to Covid-19 pandemic, are all set to welcome visitors again as the state government has issued orders for reopening them by adhering to safety norms. The state Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran said the order was issued to reopen the spas and Ayurvedic resorts in the state which were closed in the wake of outbreak of coronavirus.

"Such institutions can be opened fully in compliance with the COVID protocols. They must also take all precautions to ensure hygiene and safety," he said.

 The spas and ayurvedic resorts used to welcome a large number of tourists both domestic and international holidayers in the southern state, popularly known as the God's own country, every year. After managing to flatten the Covid-19 curve within months of reporting the country's first coronavirus case last year, Kerala is now grappling with a sharp surge in its daily infections, prompting the Centre to send a high-level team to assist it.

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