Agra, September 21
India’s star vacationer attraction, the 17th-century monument of affection, the Taj Mahal, and the Agra Fort, are all set to reopen from Monday, after an unprecedented closure of six months, as a consequence of Covid-19 pandemic.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) officers have made all crucial association for the reopening.
Amar Nath Gupta, caretaker of the Taj Mahal, stated: “Sanitisation on the Eastern and the Western gates, thermal screening, portray of circles for social distancing, and so forth., are in place. Only 2,500 guests will likely be permitted contained in the mausoleum in a single shift and this may solely be attainable via on-line reserving.
Foreigners might want to purchase Rs 1,100 entrance tickets and home guests will be capable of enter paying Rs 50 per ticket.
Rs 200 ticket is extra to enter the principle platform for a view of the graves of Emperor Shah Jahan and his beloved consort Mumtaz Mahal.
The complete quantity is now 4,706, of which 3,727 have recovered. The variety of lively instances is 862. So far, there have been 117 deaths.
Meanwhile, the Agra University late on Saturday night introduced postponement of MBBS exams scheduled from Monday after 25 medicos examined optimistic. They have been admitted to the isolation ward. University officers stated the brand new dates will likely be introduced after session with S.N. Medical College authorities.