The Sabarimala temple in Kerala on Wednesday opened its doors for devotees for Chithira Attavishesha Puja. The temple would close at 9 pm after the puja and the devotees will be allowed through the virtual queue booking system, informed Travancore Devaswom Board.
The board added that the devotees will have to produce a vaccination certificate, showing they're fully vaccinated or a negative RT-PCR report not older than 72 hours.
The temple would open for a two-month-long pilgrimage season on November 15, further informed the board. Meanwhile, Kerala reported 6,444 new Covid-19 cases and 45 deaths on Tuesday.
- With ANI inputs