Sikkim Ends Covid-19 Travel Restrictions For Tourists

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The state govt. of Sikkim has decided to lift all Covid-19 travel restrictions in the state after witnessing a significant decline in Covid-19 cases in Sikkim as well as across the country.

Last week the Sikkim Govt has issued an order and said; “the decision to lift the restriction was taken after the state noted a significant decline in the Covid-19 case.” 

Notably, The state in Eastern Himalayas is one of the major tourist attractions in the country, and this paves the way to a new beginning after a harrowing two years of COVID 19.

Due to the covid-19 pandemic and unprecedented lockdown, this tourist destination took a dip. The state has some of the best natural attractions, besides being a center of culture for Sikkimese people.

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Moreover, Sikkim has picturesque views and nature is at its best here.

Further relaxation has been given to markets, shops, and commercial establishments by the state government of Sikkim. Education institutions are allowed to open and function. Not just this, even social, political, religious, and sports-related gatherings are allowed.

Keeping in mind that the pandemic is still present, civilians are asked to take necessary precautionary steps. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Sikkim has 541 total active cases.

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