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Char Dham Yatra will be banned till August 18.

According to the recent updates, The Nainital High Court has banned the famous Char Dham Yatra till August 18th and came down strongly on Uttarakhand Government for failing to check Covid-19 related protocols in touristic areas of the state.

As reported earlier, the Uttarakhand state government had to issue new guidelines and SOP. The Uttarakhand high court had earlier put a stay order on the state government decision to allow Char Dham Yatra from July 01 onwards for which the state government challenged the court’s decision in the supreme court and filed a plea for the same.

The famous Char Dham yatra attracts tourists from all over India every year and it had to be closed amid the covid-19 pandemic. Earlier, the state government had allowed the Yatra for residents of Rudraprayag, Chamoli, and Uttarkashi however it had to be rolled back after this decision.

Uttarakhand has reported around 342,043 cases while 327, 979 people have recovered against the coronavirus. 

Additionally, the Uttarakhand cabinet has decided to open schools from August 01 for students of classes 6-12 in the wake of decreasing covid cases in the state.

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