Accordingly, visitors must disinfect their shoes before entering the Taj Mahal and are not allowed to touch the marble mausoleum.
Recently, the Government of India has announced the reopening of the Taj Mahal in Ho Chi Minh City. Agra after about 2 months this famous monument had to close due to Covid-19. However, officials confirmed that they would impose all epidemic prevention measures in this area.
Specifically, under the new regulations, visitors must disinfect their shoes before entering the Taj Mahal and are not allowed to touch the marble mausoleum. The Taj Mahal is one of the most popular tourist attractions in India, attracting 7 million visitors each year.
The number of new cases and deaths from Covid-19 in this country of 1.3 billion people rose to a record high in April-May, forcing authorities to impose a blockade order to control the epidemic. The epidemic situation in India over the past several weeks has improved in a number of major cities, including the capital New Delhi and the city of Mumbai. Some epidemic prevention measures here have been relaxed.
Most recently, on June 14, Indian authorities released a report on the country’s Covid-19 epidemic situation. On June 13, the country recorded 70,421 new infections – the lowest level since March 31. Although the number of new infections in India at the moment has decreased sharply compared to a month ago when about 400,000 new infections were recorded every day, the number of deaths is now as high as then, 3,921 shift in the last 24 hours.