Mysuru imposes restrictions for travellers from Bengaluru: Details here

Mysuru district administration expects a surge of tourists between April 10 and April 20 for the Ugadi pageant.

With the Ugadi pageant approaching, the district administration in Mysuru has issued an advisory for all travellers coming from Bengaluru, who plan on staying in resorts and lodges, to hold a unfavourable COVID-19 RT-PCR check report which isn’t older than 72 hours. Whereas there is no such thing as a bar on entry to Mysuru from Bengaluru, a unfavourable check report for staying at lodges can be necessary from April 10. The identical restriction has been imposed on vacationer spots, film theatres, marriage halls and leisure golf equipment.

Sources near Mysuru Deputy Commissioner Rohini Sindhuri stated this advisory has been issued in mild of the anticipated rush of tourists for the Ugadi pageant. Karnataka will have a good time the pageant on April 13, however the metropolis is predicted to see guests between April 10-20.

In neighbouring Kodagu, which is a vacationer hotspot, vacationer spots have been shut for guests in mild of the surge in COVID-19 instances in Karnataka.

Learn: Kodagu closes vacationer spots, however resorts and homestays to stay open

“The DC has issued this advisory as Bengaluru has greater than 4,000 instances whereas Mysuru has 200 odd day by day instances prior to now two weeks. Lots of people, together with people who find themselves native to the district and vacationers are anticipated to return ranging from the weekend,” a supply stated.

The supply defined that even among the many 200 day by day instances, 90% are from town areas. “So, the thought is to forestall the unfold of contemporary an infection in rural areas. We are able to’t impose lockdown once more as it’s not possible for the long term. We are able to solely make sure that we attempt to impose curbs in a sensible method,” they added. 

On April 3, the Kodagu district administration had issued an order on the identical grounds for short-term closure of vacationer spots within the district. Deputy Commissioner Charulatha Somal had stated this order was relevant till April 20. The curb contains barring entry to standard vacationer spots together with the favored vacation spot Raja’s Seat.

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