Bus services to Karnataka and Kerala can start on Monday

Highlight:

  • Karnataka to launch bus service to Kerala
  • Services have been suspended for two months.
  • Travel to Kovid according to protocol

Bangalore: RTC bus service from Karnataka state to Kerala can resume on Monday. The bus service, which was stopped due to restrictions imposed on Kovid’s expansion situation, is scheduled to start from July 12. Karnataka RTC has suspended bus service to Kerala for two months.

The decision to resume bus service comes on the heels of further concessions to Kovid regulations effective July 5. Karnataka RTC is ready to resume bus services from Bangalore, Mangalore and Mysore to various cities in Kerala.

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The trip must follow Kovid’s protocol. Passengers must carry a negative RTPCR test certificate 72 hours before or a vaccination certificate with a single dose of Kovid vaccine.

Students or those who travel to Karnataka on a daily basis for business or other purposes must undergo an RT PCR check every 15 days. This negative certificate must be carried by said persons during the trip. The use of masks, disinfectants and body lotions is mandatory for interstate travelers.

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Earlier, it was reported that KSRTC had decided to launch a service to Bangalore. Services from Thiruvananthapuram to Bengaluru will start from Sunday evening (07-11-2021) and from Kannur and Kozhikode from Monday (07-12-2021). The Kerala RTC said that passengers should keep clear documents.

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Tea and coffee will now be available on the KSRTC bus!

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