Coronavirus: Kerala’s Sabarimala temple to reopen on June 14

First Published 6, Jun 2020, 5:16 PM

Devotees will be allowed to enter the famous Sabarimala temple through virtual queue from next week, said Devaswom minister Kadakampally Surendran
 

<p>Kerala’s Sabarimala temple is set to reopen on June 14</p>

Kerala’s Sabarimala temple is set to reopen on June 14

<p>The hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa will be open from June 14 to June 28<br />
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The hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa will be open from June 14 to June 28
 

<p>Devaswom minister Kadakampally Surendran said a virtual queue system has been put in place</p>

Devaswom minister Kadakampally Surendran said a virtual queue system has been put in place

<p>200 people will be allowed to register within an hour<br />
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200 people will be allowed to register within an hour
 

<p>To avoid crowding, only 50 devotees will be allowed to be present in front of the temple<br />
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To avoid crowding, only 50 devotees will be allowed to be present in front of the temple
 

<p>Before entering the premises, people will be scanned in Pampa and Sannidhanam<br />
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Before entering the premises, people will be scanned in Pampa and Sannidhanam
 

<p>People will have to wear mask and the temple premises will be sanitised regularly</p>

People will have to wear mask and the temple premises will be sanitised regularly

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