Temples, hotels in Himachal to reopen after June 8; Kinnaur reports its first COVID-19 case

As India opens, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Jairam Thakur has reported that all sanctuaries, cafés and inns in the slope state will revive after June 8. The CM said that the state the travel industry has been hit hard on account of the constant lockdown circumstances and now the time has come to revive.
In any case, an enormous populace of the state relies upon the travel industry for their occupation, particularly the cordiality division. So the reviving of the inns is vital, and the Chief Minister in a news meet said that inns, sanctuaries, and cafés in Himachal will revive after June 8. Anyway there is a trick, these spots will be open just for those from inside the state and not for those originating from outside Himachal.
Then again, Himachal Pradesh’s Kinnaur region has announced its first Coronavirus case. A couple who came back from Delhi to Kinnaur has become the main infection positive case and the news was affirmed by the central clinical official of the area (CMO) Dr. Sonam Negi. She said that the family from Sangla had returned from Delhi on May 26 and tried positive. The couple alongside their 10-year-old child are isolated at Urni.
The nation can’t be under lockdown everlastingly and things need to revive and restart once more. In the first place, the state had just about 50 Coronavirus positive cases, yet as the vagrants began coming back from various pieces of the nation, the cases expanded quickly. From understudies to workers, various individuals entered the state, which brought about a lift in the quantity of positive cases.
Starting at now, the state has recorded 342 COVID-19 positive cases and 5 passings, while the nation has just crossed the characteristic of 2 lakh. An aggregate of 5815 individuals have lost their lives.

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