MTDC to offer medical services in its resorts as tourism activities resume

The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) has reopened all its resorts for tourists in a bid to let people overcome the monotony of lockdowns and give a fillip to tourism. The resorts will take strict precautions against Covid-19 and offer medical service to guests as the unlock process begins in the state.

Under the ‘Work from Nature’ and `Work with Nature’ initiatives, the tourists are provided with wi-fi facilities. “We are hoping for a good response to tourism in the state. Citizens are frustrated about being stuck in their houses due to lockdown and pandemic. The monsoon arrival has led to green cover in tourist destinations and the perfect time for tourists to enjoy the season,” said Deepak Harane, regional manager of MTDC in Pune.

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