After the advisory of the Meteorological Department, an alert has been issued for the tourists. In such a situation, more tourists are expected.
Himachal Pradesh tourism returning to the track
Shimla / Kullu Due to Corona in Himachal Pradesh, the tourism sector, which was lost due to Corona, is now slowly returning to the track. Due to snowfall and New Year, the tourist movement has increased considerably at all tourist spots including Manali, Shimla, Dalhousie. This can be gauged that in the past ten days a record 1 lakh 41 lakh vehicles have been moved in Shimla.
Actually, tourists continue to visit the tourist town of Shimla. The increase in the number of tourists in the Corona crisis is good news for businessmen. However, it also increased the risk of corona infection.
Record Vehicles have crossed the Shoghi barrier in Shimla
According to the information, a record 1 lakh 41 thousand vehicles have crossed the Shoghi barrier in Shimla in the last 10 days. This is many times more than normal traffic. 17 thousand vehicles entered Shimla on the occasion of Christmas and 18 thousand on the new year. Actually, the number of tourists has increased due to snowfall. The tourist spots of the state including Shimla have received snowfall several times in the last ten days.
Heavy snowfall alert for today
The weather department has issued heavy snow alert for two days. Orange alert has been issued in the hilly areas of Himachal on Tuesday. In addition, there will be a yellow alert in the mid-eastern regions. Due to heavy snowfall, Atal Tunnel has been closed for tourists. On Sunday, 500 tourists were caught in the snowfall. In such a situation, traffic has been stopped from here after the alert.
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