Sabarimala temple reopens amid Coronavirus: only 250 people allowed, Covid Tests Must – Sabarimala temple open to devotees

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Sabarimala temple opened for devotees


The famous Sabarimala Temple in Kerala was opened to devotees on Saturday morning after being closed for nearly seven months due to a coronavirus epidemic. Some people also appeared after taking reports of masks and COVID-19 negative. Following the Coronavirus guidelines, the temple has been opened for a five-day monthly puja. The common people have been allowed to visit the temple from this morning.

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On Saturday, 246 people have made bookings through the digital system for darshan at Sabarimala temple. Only 250 people will be allowed to visit the temple every day. In view of the increasing corona cases in Kerala, strict corona protocols have been implemented in the Ayyappa temple. Those who are not taking Corona’s report along with their Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) are being done at Nilackal Base Camp. In view of the Corona Protocol, special arrangements have been made for Ghee Abhishek and Annadanam.

Under other provisions, it is mandatory to carry a fitness certificate to go for darshan. Apart from this, only people between 10 and 60 years of age will get admission in the temple. Bathing in the Pamba River and overnight stay in the temple premises are prohibited.

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