As per the Covid outbreak, we are very cautious about our guest’s safety. As of February 26th, 2021, the Karnataka State regulations mandate people traveling to Karnataka from Punjab, Kerala, Maharashtra, Chandigarh, to present an Rt PCR Covid 19 Negative test record upon entry. The RT-PCR Covid 19 test should have been performed within 72 hours of check-in.
Our highest priority is still our guest’s well-being, which is why we adopted extensive cleaning and social-distancing strategies. Rivermist’s workers and other members are following the Karnataka Government’s hygiene guidelines.
These guidelines are prepared under the rules and regulations of WHO, the Ministry of Health, the State Government, and the Government of India. Please concord with the guidelines.
We request your coordination and support to bring a hygienic harmony. And we heartily welcome you to indulge the nature.
Guidelines for our Guests
As per the recent guidelines from Karnataka Government, every guest should be pre-registered.
Non-residential guests would not be allowed inside without advance notification and screening.
If you have a high temperature and or flu-like symptoms are not permitted to enter.
All guests must have the Arogya Sethu App installed on their mobile devices, according to the Ministry of Health, Government of India.
Guests should keep a physical distance of two meters between themselves and others (families will remain together as long as they keep the physical distance apart from others).
Children under the age of 12 must be supervised by a parent in public places.
Guests should wash their hands after coming into touch with public surfaces, such as reception.
- Please wear a face mask when you are on the premises.
- Guests should wash their hands regularly or sanitize. We provide all the sanitizing facilities in the common places.
- In any case, you feel uncomfortable, please let us know.
- Body temperature will be checked at check-in time, please corporate with us.
- Please follow the guidelines and go through the Karnataka Government’s ‘Protocols for Tourists’.