LIVE: Corona's havoc continues, ASI closes all its monuments and museums

by Jeremy Spirogis
Arvind Kejriwal condemned mob attack on Nankana Sahib Gurdwara

The Nehru Science Center in Mumbai was additionally closed for spectators until 31 March in view of the Corona virus.

new Delhi: So far, three deaths have occurred throughout the nation on account of Corona Virus an infection and about 126 individuals are affected by this an infection. What home, what market, what temple, what school-college, railway station and airport are all being cautious all through the nation. School-colleges have been closed in lots of states on account of precaution. It has been made obligatory to share info of individuals coming from overseas. Special vigilance is being taken on the airport, bus station, railway station, spiritual locations. <! –

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                 In many cities, even malls and theaters have been closed.

LIVE updates

Delhi
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has closed all of the monuments and museums together with the Red Fort, Qutab Minar in Delhi. Which contains 173 monuments of Delhi. Apart from this, 3691 historic monuments of the entire nation have been closed.

Uttar Pradesh
The impact of corona virus is now being seen steadily throughout India. All the monuments below ASI have been closed. Shah Jahan's Urs to be held within the Taj Mahal complicated from 21 to 23 March in Agra has additionally been canceled. This is the primary time Ursa has been canceled.

Uttarakhand
In Jogeshwar Dham, the world well-known Jyotirlinga of Almora, native public representatives, clergymen, Shiva devotees collectively organized an enormous havan and peacekeeping in Jageshwar temple to guard towards world welfare and corona virus and quick from Lord Shiva worldwide. Prayed to eliminate the corona virus.

Mumbai
In view of the corona virus, the Nehru Science Center in Mumbai was additionally closed for spectators until 31 March. Apart from this, on account of Corona virus, the college examination of Mumbai University has been postponed until 31 March.

Ayodhya
Priests of Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi Ramlala may even use masks and sanitizers. The priest will sit within the temple sporting a masks. In the temple, devotees of Ramlala are seen sporting masks. Police personnel engaged in defending Ramlala are additionally on obligation with masks. Ramlala chief priest Acharya Satendra Das appealed to the devotees visiting Ramlala with a measure to keep away from the corona virus, saying that the ailing pilgrims keep away from spiritual go to wanted. One ought to journey after getting wholesome.

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