Taj Mahal not reopen for tourists – Covid-19

Agra: The Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh had declared a day or two ago the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) shielded monuments could reopen from July 6.

In a meeting of the district officials and the ASI conservationists late Sunday night, it had been decided to postpone the viability of the monuments in Agra. The gain in the amount of both containment and buffer zones has been a problem.

The main concern was that many vacationers are coming through Delhi, which has been find that an alarming quantity of the pandemic instances.

Tourism sector that was hoping for a turnaround feels demoralized. The resorts, restaurants, emporia are shut since March 25. This has caused loss of earnings and mass unemployment of manuals, photographers and taxi drivers, etc..

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Officials noted that in the lack of freedom by flights and trains, not a lot of tourists would have the ability to reach Agra.

Meanwhile, 13 new instances of Covid-19 were reported until late Sunday evening, taking the tally into 1,295. The amount of discharged after retrieval is 1,059. The amount of active instances is 146. The recovery rate has climbed down to 81.78 percent and the entire amount of containment zones has gone around 71.

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