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Taj Mahal closed amid a spike of coronavirus cases

India shut-down the Tajmahal which is the premier tourist hot spot along with shutting down the financial capital of India, Mumbai.

|| Sahil Sansanwal

The Government of Maharastra ordered a stricture to all staff of Government offices including employees of Big national and Multinational companies to stay half of their staff at home and a special order has been passed for the purpose of provide non-essential services.

One of the densely populated urbanizing cities of India, Mumbai has a total population of around 20 Million. The Appropriate authorities of this Dream city of India officially authorized hospital and airport authorities to put the marks of a stamp of those ordered to self-isolate with indelible ink marking ’Home Quarantined’ and also to display the last date of Quarantine.

This new move of quarantine pronounced just days after the Dream-City shut down schools, cinemas, malls, gyms including mass gathering across the city.

This western city of India has been hardest hit with around 40 confirmed Covid-19 cases which are approximately a quarter of India’s total 126 Coronavirus cases.

The Third and the latest death of Praveen Paradeshi led by Coronavirus affection hail from Mumbai.

Dozens of many famous monuments like Ajanta and Ellora caves, Siddhivinayak temple including the Taj Mahal were closed amid the fear of Coronavirus in India

As prevention is better than cure, India expanded all of its travel restrictions making the ban on entry of foreign passengers like countries of the European Union, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

(The Writer is student of NLU-Shimla)

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