Historical sites in UP reopen after second wave of Corona

Lucknow/Agra : After 62 days of closure due to the second wave of Corona, all historical heritage places in Lucknow were reopened for tourists from Thursday.

However, the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri fort and Red Fort, all in Agra, were thrown open for tourists on Wednesday.

According of officials here, tourists will be able to visit the historical heritage in Lucknow from today.

Lucknow DM has issued order of strict compliance of Covid protocol for the visitors and no one will not get entry without mask.

“At a time 200 people would be allowed in Bada Imambara and 40 people in Chhota Imambara, in Lucknow, ” officials said.

E-tickets will be arranged for the tourists and there will be a separate arrangement for entry and separate for exit.,

The authorities have issued instructions that there will be a ban on group photography in these places.

Meanwhile, a report from Agra said that on the first day of the reopening of Taj Mahal on Wednesday , a total of 1919 tourists, including 67 children, entered the 17 th century monument.

The ASI authorities had set a limit of 650 tourists at a time in the Taj Mahal but on the first day there was no such rush. In Taj Mahal, children under the age of 15 years are given free entry.

However, the number of visitors in Fatehpur Sikri and Red Fort were very less.

There were just 75 tourists st Fstehpur Sikri and 221 visitors at Red Fort on Wednesday.

In other historical sites in Agra the total tourists were 151 on the first day of their reopening.

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