All centrally protected Monuments to open from June 16
The central government has announced to open all the monuments of the country from June 16. That is, from June 16, tourists will be allowed to visit all these monuments.
New Delhi: As soon as the second wave of Coronavirus subsides, the restrictions imposed in many states of the country are now gradually being removed. Under this, it has now been decided to open all the monuments closed due to Corona.
The central government has announced to open all the monuments of the country from June 16. That is, from June 16, tourists will be allowed to visit all these monuments. Explain that due to the increasing infection of Corona, all the monuments of the country were ordered to be closed from April 15. Earlier these restrictions were till 15 May. But later it was extended till 31 May.
Taj Mahal opening from 16 June:
Union Minister of State for Tourism and Culture Prahlad Singh Patel announced this on the social media platform. He wrote on Twitter, 'Today the Ministry of Tourism has given approval to duly open all the monuments from 16 June 2021. Tourists can visit the monuments following the Corona rules.
According to the order, it has been decided to open all the monuments and museums that come under the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). It has also been said that the corona guidelines of the state in which these monuments are located will be followed.
ASI Monuments opening after Lockdown:
Let us tell you that during the first wave of Corona last year, the Taj Mahal and all other monuments were closed from 17 March. Experts say that the tourism industry has suffered huge losses due to Corona in recent times. The biggest reason for this is the absence of foreign tourists due to Corona.
Let us tell you that the second wave of corona virus infection is under control in the country. In the last one week, there has been a 30% reduction in new cases of infection. During the last 24 hours, 70 thousand 421 new corona cases came across the country. During this 3921 people died. 1 lakh 19 thousand 501 people have also been cured of corona. At present, there are 9 lakh 73 thousand 158 active cases in the country.