India will reopen the Taj Mahal for visitors
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India will reopen the Taj Mahal for visitors

The famous 17th-century Indian love monument, Taj Mahal, will again be open to
visitors on Monday.


All Indians of the country and the offices of 1xbet bookmakers are also waiting for the
opening. Because they, like all other service establishments, stopped opening exactly
when the pandemic began to gain momentum. And all this, of course, for the safety of
players.


Those who express a desire to go to the complex will have to constantly wear masks,
keep at least two meters from each other and not touch the sparkling marble
surfaces, Reuters reports citing the administration of the memorial complex. The
monument, built in the northern Indian city of Agra by the Mughal emperor Shah
Jahan for his wife, was closed for three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
International flights remain suspended, but the government has opened domestic
flights, hoping that tourists will begin to return to visiting some popular sites.


Only five thousand tourists a day will be allowed into the Taj Mahal. They will be
divided into two streams - morning and afternoon. Between them, a break is provided for disinfection and sanitization of the premises. Note that at the peak of the Taj Mahal was visited by up to 80 thousand people a day. The administration of the complex made it clear that they did not expect a large number of guests due to the closure of hotels and shops in the immediate area, as well as because of the presence of the so-called "containment zone" where strict restrictive measures were taken.

 

In India, these containment zones - the areas identified as the most affected
by the virus - are still severely blocked, with limited visitor access and access for
vehicles with food and medicine.

 

Indian authorities also decided to open other attractions, in particular the historic Red
Fort in New Delhi.


All this happens against the background of a sharp increase in coronavirus diseases
in India. WHO admitted on Saturday that the number of diseases in India is
increasing at an "alarming rate." On Sunday, the Indian Ministry of Health reported a
record one-day outbreak of the disease: 24,850 new infections were reported,
bringing the total number of cases to 673,165. Agra, where the Taj Mahal is located,
remains the most affected city in Uttar Pradesh, the most densely populated state of
the country.

 

The increase in the number of infected continues despite the extremely
stringent restrictive measures taken by the government, including the closure of tens
of thousands of enterprises in the country.





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