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Coronavirus: Taj Mahal reopens after 6 months, 5,000 visitors allowed in two time slots

The Taj Mahal, one of India's most historic architectures, has long been closed due to the coronavirus epidemic. Finally, after six months, the doors of the Taj Mahal were opened for tourists. Never before has the Taj Mahal been closed for so long.

But authorities were forced to close the Taj Mahal to tourists last March as the incidence of corona continued to rise. However, at present only 5,000 tourists will be allowed to enter the Taj Mahal every day. At the same time, they must comply with various security restrictions.

However, the authorities have decided to reopen the Taj Mahal at a time when an average of about 95,000 people are being infected with the deadly coronavirus every day in India.

In such a situation, there are fears that the opening of the Taj Mahal could further expand the corona. The Taj Mahal is one of the most attractive places in the world for tourists. Before the epidemic, about 70,000 people visited the Taj Mahal every day.

Activities at the Taj Mahal resumed at 8am local time on Monday. However, before the opening of the Taj Mahal, everything has been cleaned and disinfected. Every officer and worker there was seen wearing a face mask.

Authorities say every tourist will have their temperature measured before entering the Taj Mahal. Tourists have also been asked to buy tickets digitally. At the same time, everyone inside the Taj Mahal has been asked to maintain social distance.


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