Unlock 2: All monuments in India Allowed to Reopen from 6 July

All monuments maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), will now reopen to the public from 6th July.

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Note: To fight the spread of COVID-19, over 3,400 monuments were shut down by ASI on 17th March.

Here’s what Union Minister for Tourism and Culture, Prahlad Singh Patel said:

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All coronavirus-related protocols which are issued by the Union health ministry would be followed by the monument authorities.

The visitors shall follow social distancing and the use of face cover/mask will be mandatory.

Please note: A detailed set of guidelines will be issued by the Central Ministry in the upcoming days.