Coronavirus Scare: Odisha Forest Dept Issues Guidelines For Eco-Tourism


Bhubaneswar: Following the outbreak of coronavirus, the Odisha Forest and Environment Department on Saturday issued guidelines for eco-tourism.

Briefing the media here, Chief Wildlife Warden Hari Shankar Upadhyay said that instructions have been given to the concerned staff and officials to keep three-month travel history of the tourists who have come or will come for a night halt in the eco-tourism villages.

“Apart from this, the department has also directed the sanitisation of the eco-tourism camps at least 5-6 times a day and admit the tourists to a hospital if they have symptoms of cough and cold,” he added.

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