Taj Mahal & other centrally protected monuments closed for around two months due to the Covid-19 pandemic will be reopened from June 16. No more than 650 people will be allowed inside the monument at a given time & teams will be deputed to monitor the crowd at all times, reported NDTV. "People can only book 5 tickets via one phone number. Vaccination camp has been set up for the workers,” Agra District Magistrate Prabhu N Singh told NDTV. Taj Mahal was shut down in March last year and was reopened in September with restrictions on the number of visitors before shutting again in mid-April. According to an ASI order, 3,693 monuments and 50 museums across the country will reopen from June 16. The entry in the monument will be allowed only via online tickets and no one will be allowed to enter without masks, says Archaeological Survey of India's superintending archaeologist (Agra circle) Vasant Kumar Swarnkar. In an order on April 15, the ASI had shut these monuments till May 31.