Peshawar: According to news reports, the National Command and Operational Centre (NCOC) reopened tourism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Monday under SOPs.
Bangash, a spokesman for the KP government, stated that all visitors are required to observe SOPs and maintain cleanliness during their trips. He also recommended that people use face masks and maintain social distance.
Visitors must provide a copy of their COVID-19 vaccination certificate, as well as a negative test report, while making hotel reservations, according to the tourism department’s announcement. Temperature inspections are required at the hotel entry, according to NCOC norms.
Hotels have reopened after disinfection and thorough cleaning, according to a spokesperson for the Galiyat Development Authority (GDA). He further stated that cleanliness and the use of gloves and face masks for hotel personnel and visitors will not be compromised.
The tourist attractions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were packed, particularly in the Galiyat valleys and Ayubia in Abbottabad. People come from all over the country to see the beautiful sights of natural beauty, lush green valleys, and waterfalls in KP and central Punjab. The attractive locations of Bagnotar, Thandiani, Harnoi, Changagali, Nathiagali, and Donga Gali attract a large number of visitors.