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Meghalaya is all set to reopen for tourists.

Northeast India is one of the less explored places and this is a piece of good news for tourists planning their visit to the North East.

The government of Meghalaya recently announced that it will reopen borders for tourists starting September 01, 2021. This decision has been undertaken after the cabinet meeting at Shillong where Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K Sagma.

The CM Posted on Twitter along with an important announcement.

Tourists planning their visit to Meghalaya need to follow the following protocols.

  1. Fully vaccinated tourists will be allowed to visit Meghalaya for tourism-related purposes from 1st September 2021. 
  2. Tourists who are unvaccinated or vaccinated with a single dose will have to produce a negative RTPCR/TrueNat/CBNAAT report valid only if they have tested within 72 Hrs before their arrival at the entry point. 
  3. Local tourists from within the State that are fully vaccinated/vaccinated with a single dose will be allowed to visit any location in Meghalaya for tourism purposes.

Who can visit the state?

As per the reports, for people who are fully vaccinated and if not fully vaccinated, a negative RT-PCR test report is a must. The RT-PCR test report should not be older than 72 hours before the visit and also tourists should share the hotel stay and their itinerary with the authorities.

Meanwhile, in the state Public Parks like Ward’s Lake, Hydari Park has been reopened for vaccinated tourists, religious places have been opened from August 21 and several other places are reopened following SOP’s from the government.

Meghalaya had closed its border and imposed a lockdown like situation from May 05 when the country hit the deadliest second wave of coronavirus.

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