Sabrimala pilgrimage season to be held with Covid-19 protocols

The government of Kerala has announced plans for the annual observance of the annual Sabarimala temple of Lord Ayyappa.

The government of Kerala has announced that the two-month tour will be in full compliance with the Covid-19 protocol. The government has also announced that it will take action when those affected by the virus will not take part in the event and according to the authorities, those under the age of 10 or older will not be allowed to take part in the process.

The government says that due to the high prevalence of coronaviruses across the country, only a small number of people should be allowed to go and be allowed to register and be allowed to register. After a meeting with various departments, Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said pilgrims would not be allowed to reside at the temple after darshan. In the meantime, the Department of Health is studying whether mountain climbing wearing masks has its consequences.

Volunteers going to the temple are not allowed to enter the Cotton River, instead, baths will be allowed at the Erumely and Cotton baths. Special arrangements will be made for the donations of Neyyabhishekam and Annadanam to the worshipers. To prevent the spread of the virus, drinking water will be provided in metal pots for travelers. Supermarkets from Supplyco and Consumerfed have set up production facilities. A committee has been set up to review the number of people who have been invited from various lands to take part in the tour. A meeting was held with the ministers of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Puducherry and Minister of Devaswom Kadakampally Surendran to discuss international delegates.

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