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As India walks on the road to recovery, it is a great pleasure to report that the Taj Mahal is now open for visitors. Recall that this incredible UNESCO World Heritage site had been closed to visitors since March 17, 2020, a little over six months. Now, under the “new normal,” the Taj Mahal will once again welcome visitors. Of course, there are robust standard operating procedures in place to ensure that security is not compromised in any way.
The monument has been disinfected and from now on, only 5,000 tourists can visit the Taj Mahal in a day: 2,500 before 2:00 pm and the rest after that until sunset. Along with that, no more than five visitors can enter the main mausoleum. Tickets must be reserved in advance, as the ticket counters will remain closed. Visitors must also comply with other guidelines. These include hand disinfection, thermal protection, no foodstuffs, and cooperating with staff to ensure physical distancing. Even licensed commercial photographers will be required to follow specific time slots, as they are not allowed to enter the grounds together.
MTC assures that the level of contagions in buses
The total number of positive cases is 465,241 people. By provinces, 433 in Castellón (48,134 in total); 1,285 in Alicante (166,243 in total); and 1,734 in Valencia (250,862 in total). The total number of unassigned cases remains at 2.
As of this Sunday, stricter rules for entry into the country will come into force for citizens who have not received the full course of the vaccine or have not overcome the disease, while the categories of risk areas are reduced from three to two.
The regulations will be stricter for those entering the country from an area dominated by a more aggressive and non-predominant variant in Germany, as the obligation to present a negative test is also extended to immunized persons.
The High Court of Justice of Asturias (TSJA) has rejected the regional government’s intention to apply a curfew between one and six o’clock in the morning from Monday in Oviedo, Gijón and six other municipalities in which more than 630,000 people live, 61 percent of the population of the Principality.
When will travel to south africa resume 2022
At least 61 passengers on two flights from South Africa tested positive for coronavirus tonight after landing in Amsterdam, where they underwent a PCR test upon arrival in the Netherlands when the ban on flights from southern African countries came into effect, although it is unclear whether they carry the new omicron variant.
A team from the municipal health service (GGD) went to Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport on Friday afternoon, where a flight from Johannesburg and another from Cape Town had landed, to test its 600 passengers, in application of a Dutch restriction on air traffic from southern Africa due to fears of the new strain.
All the passengers had been held in a separate area of the terminal, separated from the rest of the people at the airport, while awaiting the results of the PCR test, which became known during the afternoon and evening.
The current toll is 61 people infected, although it is not yet known whether they are infected with the omicron variant, and they are staying in a hotel in the Schiphol area under surveillance by the local authorities, to comply with a quarantine of at least seven days if they present symptoms, and five days if they are asymptomatic.
When will travel to south africa resume 2021
The Presidency of the Council has informed in a message on social networks of the agreement reached within the Integrated Political Response to Crises (IPCR) and has also asked the EU-27 to require testing and quarantine of passengers coming from these areas.
The decision coincided on Friday with the first confirmed case in Europe of a patient infected with the new variant ‘Nu’. It is a Belgian woman with symptoms of coronavirus who returned from a trip to Egypt 15 days ago.
Representatives of the EU-27 met in the early afternoon at the proposal of the European Commission to activate the “emergency brake”, which allows the closure of the external border with certain countries where variants of interest or concern are located.
Brussels took the initiative in response to the request of several Member States to take the step in this direction and the issue has received the support of the other partners at a meeting held in the EU capital in the framework of the IPCR at technical and ambassadorial level.