Kedarnath and Badrinath-bound pilgrims have also been requested not to proceed on their journey till the weather clears.
Additional Chief Secretary Anand Bardhan in a meeting with officials of departments connected with the yatra said an interim plea should be filed in the Uttarakhand High Court.
The court said that carrying a negative COVID test report and a vaccination certificate will also be mandatory for the visitors.
The state's lawyers orally requested to lift the ban on Chardham Yatra by saying that the livelihood of thousands of people is linked to the Chardham Yatra.
Rejecting the SOPs issued by the state government for the yatra, the high court had said they were just a copy of the guidelines issued during the Kumbh Mela.
Additional doses were also made available to the Pauri and Tehri districts which are on the way to the four Himalayan shrines.
Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri will be opened for residents of Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi districts respectively from July 1 with a cap on the number of pilgrims.
The Uttarakhand High Court on Wednesday asserted that the Chardham Yatra will not be allowed until it is convinced about Covid safety protocols.
The famous four Himalayan temples in Uttarakhand though open since May for daily prayers have been out of bounds for pilgrims.
Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat said conducting the Chardham Yatra amid the raging COVID pandemic is not possible.
The Chardham Yatra begins next month with the opening of Yamunotri temple on May 14.