Due to the second wave of corona virus, the number of patients is increasing daily. In view of this, weekly lockdown has been imposed on weekends in many states of the country. Apart from this, wearing masks has been made mandatory in Uttar Pradesh. At the same time, the impact of the second wave of corona virus epidemic has started showing on tourism. According to the news, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to close all the monuments, museums and protected sites in the country.

This means that now you will not be able to see all the monuments including the Taj Mahal till 15 May. According to the Archaeological Survey of India, 3693 monuments and 50 museums will remain closed till May 15. During this period, there will be a ban on the entry of tourists. At the same time, there will be daily worship in Somnath temple and Puri Jagannath temple, but devotees will not be allowed to come to the temple.

Let us tell you that the Red Fort fort of Delhi was closed on 19 January this year due to avian influenza being found in dead crow. The Red Fort has been closed since that time. Now the Red Fort will also be closed till May 15. There are 170 historical sites in the capital of the country, Delhi. Among them are Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb and Red Fort. Tourists come to these places more. It is believed that about ten thousand tourists visit daily.

Due to Corona virus epidemic, all the monuments in the country were closed in March last year. When the situation returned to normal, it was opened in July. According to the news, India has reached the second position in terms of corona virus infection. At the same time, the United States ranks first. The Archaeological Survey of India has taken this decision due to the increase in the number of infected in India.

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