On Friday the Sabarimal Temple was opened again, which was kept closed to devotees due to the constraints on coronavirus (Covid-19).
From Saturday morning the pilgrims are allowed to enter the shrine. During Malaysia’s month of Karkidakam, the Lord Ayyappa temples were opened in Sabarimala for the five-day traditional ‘masapooja.’
It is important to note that only 5000 devotees who have booked slots in the virtual queue can enter the premises given the Covid-19 pandemic.
The officials have been instructed, according to the reports, to implement appropriate behaviour at temple premises, including the use of masks.
Sanitis and proper social distance in accordance with In the meantime, the entry into the temple will only be permitted if Covid-19 has produced negative RT-PCR certificates within 48 hours or if the two have taken both vaccines.