Taj Mahal To Reopen For Tourists From 6 July Despite Rising Cases Of Coronavirus In Agra

New Delhi: Unlock of the country after lockdown makes many changes of our lifestyle and many things have changed for travelling, religious places. Tajmahal will be opened from 6th July. Visitors must follow the safety measures of COVID-19 pandemic. They have to wear mask and follow the social distancing rule. Visitors will not be allowed to touch any surface or marbles of Tajmahal.

Well, only 5000 tourists can visit the place in a day. They will be diveded in two groups. Shah Jahan had built Tajmahal before 22 years in Agra. Shah Jahan, a Mughal emperor built this fort for his wife as he loved her a lot.

The federal tourism ministry tweeted, “All centrally protected monuments and sites shall be bound by the protocols like sanitisation, social distancing and other health protocols.”

Though India’s pandemic infections rise within the three months, authority has decided to open the fort. In addition, they will also open New Delhi’s Red Fort.

Taj Mahal To Reopen For Tourists From 6 July Despite Rising Cases Of Coronavirus In Agra
Taj Mahal To Reopen For Tourists From 6 July Despite Rising Cases Of Coronavirus In Agra

On Sunday, the health ministry reported a record single-day spike of 24,850 new cases and more than 600 deaths, pushing the overall case tally to 673,165, closing in on Russia, the third-most affected country globally.

Well, India has lost many things in lockdown of 1.3 billion people and many have to shutdown their businesses. Thousands of people lost their earnings. Domestic travelling facilities are open now and International flights will still remain closed. Government hopes for travelers to visit the Tajmahal.

Taj Mahal To Reopen For Tourists From 6 July Despite Rising Cases Of Coronavirus In Agra
Taj Mahal To Reopen For Tourists From 6 July Despite Rising Cases Of Coronavirus In Agra

Agra is the worst pandemic infected city in Uttar Pradesh and it is said to be the most big cluster of the virus. Local district administration people has reported that “All areas around the Taj are containment zones.” They requested anonymity as government plans to reopen the fort. In addition, officials said, “We don’t expect visitors here because of the clusters around the Taj, including shops and hotels are closed.”

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