The Ministry of Tourism, Government of India issues operational recommendations for Tourism Service Providers, Restaurants, B&B / Homestay / Farmstay and Hotels Kerala re-opens tourist destinations by observing COVID-19 management protocols. R unning a business raises challenges in COVID times. Kerala's major tourism spots have been opened up to receive travellers, following strict COVID-19 norms. After several months of the Covid-19 lockdown, the Kerala government on Monday allowed select tourism centres in the state to open in two phases in strict compliance with the Covid-19 precautions. Kerala Tourism Minister said a rejuvenation package for tourism in the state has been prepared and will be implemented to attract tourists to the state after the COVID … We support you in the smooth running of your business by facilitating movement of goods and services, operation of shops and establishments and following break the chain in your establishments. Surendran had earlier said that the state's tourism sector has incurred a loss of ₹ 15,000 crore due to the Covid-induced lockdown. Kerala on high alert as 8 from UK test COVID-19 positive The samples of these people have been sent to NIV, Pune for tests Published: December 26, 2020 13:37 IANS Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], January 9 (ANI): Kerala Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran on Friday said the government has issued orders to reopen spas and ayurvedic resorts in the state, which were closed due to COVID-19. COVID-19: Kerala Minister orders to reopen spas, ayurvedic resorts. Kerala Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran on Friday said the government has issued orders to reopen spas and ayurvedic resorts in the state, which were closed due to COVID-19. Thiruvananthapuram: The money spinning tourism industry in Kerala has taken a severe beating on account of the Covid pandemic and according … “Such institutions must be open in full compliance with the COVID protocol. Designed and developed by National Informatics Centre Kerala. Kerala Opens up to Welcome Travellers. However, the state tourism minister Kadkampally Surendran said that beaches shall remain closed for now, and will open from November 1. "Such institutions must be open in full compliance with the COVID protocol. - Kerala Tourism News: CM … New Updates. The move is expected to help the tourism sector bounce back after it received a severe blow following COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Kerala Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran on Friday said the government has issued orders to reopen spas and ayurvedic resorts in the state, which were closed due to COVID-19. Once our state, the country, and the world survive COVID-19, Kerala will once again become a tourist paradise, Vijayan said in a video conference.