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Indien lukker alle monumenter og museer på grund af den nye COVID-bølge

After such a long time when the coronavirus struck, it seemed that domestic travel was finally picking up but once again the closures are going back to square one.

Tourism stakeholders in Agra, for example, had worked hard to see that the city attractions were re-opened for domestic tourists, even if foreign arrivals had not yet returned.

As in almost every place in the world, jobs and the economy Indien have suffered tremendously because of COVID.

In another development, the airport terminals at Mumbai may see flights being rescheduled to cope with the reduced work load by way of cargo flights.

After much effort, Agra was to see air connectivity, linking places like Khajuraho, another place popular with tourists, but as far as passenger traffic goes, this is now left hanging as India and other countries deal with the ramifications of another wave of the coronavirus.

India is a land of rich cultural heritage and geographic beauty. There are many places of tourist interests in India and every year many foreign tourists from different parts of the world come to explore the eternal beauty of this nation. Tourists come for different purposes such as tourism, business, education, family reunions, etc. Foreign nationals planning to visit India for tourism, vacations, or business should check the travel advisory bulletins and notifications of their respective countries before finalizing plans to travel to India.

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