SunstarTV Bureau: Radhanagar beach in Swaraj Deep of the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands has retained the Blue Flag certification for 2021-22. Radhanagar beach is in South Andaman district and is very popular among both domestic and foreign tourists.
Blue Flag certification is a globally recognized eco-label awarded by FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) to beach, marinas and sustainable boating tourism operators. For the Blue Flag to be recognized, a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety and accessibility criteria must be met and maintained. Simply put, Blue Flag certification is an eco-tourism model that seeks to provide clean water, safe and healthy environment and sustainable development of the region to tourists or beach-goers.
Developed facilities will be maintained:
In a release issued by the district administration, it has been said that the Deputy Commissioner of South Andaman has congratulated the entire team of Beach Management Committee of Radhanagar beach on this big achievement. DC further encouraged the Beach Management Committee to maintain the facilities developed under the Blue Flag Program so that the beauty and beauty of the beach can be maintained by the tourists.
Five new cases of corona virus infection in the state:
While talking about the cases of corona in the state, five new cases of corona virus infection have been reported in Andaman-Nicobar Islands. The report said that all these new cases came to light during the investigation at Veer Savarkar Airport here. It is mandatory for the passengers coming here by flight to undergo RT-PCR test at the airport, after which they are allowed to enter the union territory. The official said that the number of patients under treatment in Andaman and Nicobar is 17. There are 16 patients in South Andaman district and one patient in North and Middle Andaman districts.
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