2021 Lahaul, Spiti and Sach Pass Road Status

Chandrataal :
No one has Permission to move towards Chandrataal.


No Stay / Camps available as they are not permitted to even move towards it.
No idea, when they will start tourist activities here.


Administration has closed the road towards Chandrataal :

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Some people are still going there by trekking.


Batal Dhaba open
Losar nothing open at moment
Kaza open


Current situation at Chandataal ^^
 
Himachal Eases Covid Restrictions, Permits Inter-State Bus Operations From July 1

All inter-state bus operations will resume at 50 per cent capacity and travellers will not require an e-pass to enter the state from July 1.

Ashwani Sharma22 June 2021, Last Updated at 10:40 pm


Himachal Eases Covid Restrictions, Permits Inter-State Bus Operations From July 1


At the moment, buses from other states are not permitted to enter Himachal even though the government has allowed tourists to enter the state via private vehicles.
Representational Image/ PTI


Amid a steady decline in the number of Covid-19 infections, the Himachal Pradesh government on Tuesday announced phase 2 of the “unlocking” process in the state.


As part of the new Covid-related rules, all inter-state bus operations will resume at 50 per cent capacity and travellers will not require an e-pass to enter the state from July 1.
At the moment, buses from other states are not permitted to enter Himachal even though the government has allowed tourists to enter the state via private vehicles.
The new developments follow a meeting of the state cabinet, which was presided by Chief Minister Jairam Thakur, earlier today.


As part of the new relaxations, all government offices will resume functioning at 100 per cent capacity from July 1. Currently, the offices function at 50 per cent capacity.
Minister for urban bodies and housing Suresh Bhardwaj, who briefed the media soon after the cabinet meet said, the ministers were not keen on entirely “unlocking” the state in one go because there are more than 3,000 active Covid cases. Further, apprehensions of a third wave has made the government act with restraint, he said.
On opening of temples in the state, the cabinet decided to permit only restricted darshans from July 1 to prevent crowding, he said.
Further, all markets, shopping complexes and businesses will remain open between 9 am to 8 pm. Earlier, they were permitted to remain open only till 5 pm. To cater to tourists visiting the state, restaurants and bars will remain open till 10 pm.
Social gatherings including weddings will be allowed and the guest limit for such functions will be capped at 50 for indoor events and 100 for outdoor events.

Himachal Eases Covid Restrictions, Permits Inter-State Bus Operations From July 1
 


THE NEWS SCROLL22 JUNE 2021 Last Updated at 9:24 PM | SOURCE: PTI
Inter-state buses in Himachal to restart from July 1


Shimla, Jun 22 (PTI) The Himachal Pradesh government on Tuesday decided to restart inter-state buses including volvos with 50 per cent capacity from July 1, an official spokesperson said.

The decision to restart inter-state buses was taken in a state cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur to review the Covid-19 situation, he said.
It was also decided to discontinue the requirement of e-pass from July, the spokesperson added.
Besides, the decision to open government offices with 100 per cent capacity from July was also taken.
It has also been decided that all shops would remain open from 9 am to 8 pm while restaurants would be allowed to open till 10 pm.
Social gatherings would be allowed up to 50 per cent of the total indoor capacity with maximum 50 people, whereas maximum 100 people would be allowed in outdoor gatherings, the spokesperson said.
Further, the cabinet approved the formula for calculation of Class 12 theory marks on the basis of 10 per cent weightage to Class 10, 15 per cent weightage to Class 11 results and 55 per cent weightage to 1st, 2nd terms and pre-board examinations and 5 per cent weightage to English subject results and 15 per cent weightage to internal assessment.
The results of Class 12 would be declared by July 3, the spokesperson added.
The cabinet also approved to grant one month vacation in schools from June 26 to July 25 in summer closing areas.
Kullu district will have vacation for 23 days from July 23 to August 14.
Besides, Lahaul-Spiti district will have one month vacation from July 1 to July 31.
Teachers in the winter closing areas would start attending the schools from July 1. However, online classes for students would continue, he added. PTI DJI MA MA MA


Inter-state buses in Himachal to restart from July 1
 
No e-pass required to enter Himachal from July 1

Inter-state buses, including Volvos, would be started with 50 per cent capacity in the state from July 1

  • Updated At: Jun 22, 2021 07:43 PM (IST)
No e-pass required to enter Himachal from July 1


Tourists at historical Ridge in Shimla on Tuesday. Tribune photo: Amit Kanwar


Tribune News Service
Shimla June 22

In view of the improved Covid-19 situation, Himachal government on Tuesday decided to discontinue the e-pass system for entering the state from July 1 onwards.
The state Cabinet in a meeting held here under Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur reviewed the Covid-19 situation in the state.
It was decided that inter-state buses, including Volvos, would be started with 50 per cent capacity in the state from July 1, 2021 and the e-pass would be discontinued from the same day.

The government offices would start working with hundred per cent capacity from July 1.
It has also been decided that all the shops would remain open from 9 am to 8 pm while restaurants would be allowed to remain open till 10 pm.

Social gatherings/attendance etc. would be allowed up to 50 per cent of the total indoor capacity with maximum 50 persons, whereas maximum 100 persons would be allowed in the outdoor gatherings.
These steps have been taken in view of persistent demand form hoteliers and others associated with the tourism sector. The hospitality sector has been the worst hit, with thousands of people losing their jobs.


No e-pass required to enter Himachal from July 1
 
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