New Delhi / Bhubaneswar : The Archaeological Survey of India,Ministry of Culture intends to open non-living Centrally Protected monuments and sites and museums under the jurisdiction of Archaeological survey of India, Bhuvaneshwar Circle from 6th july for the public, strictly adhering to the duly approved SOP and abiding by the protocol issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare , Ministry of culture and also the specific orders by the state administration.
Visitors will have to Compulsorily follow all social safety and hygiene norms. In the ticketed monuments , only e-tickets will be issued and visitors will be let in after mandatory hand hygiene and thermal scanning. There shall be designated single line entry and exit routes. Security staff shall make sure there is no crowding in the premises and no group photography. The visitors should stick to a time limit inside the monuments.
All The staff of the Archaeological Survey of India shall be well-protected as per the
health protocol.Regular cleaning and sanitisation of the monuments and museum, inside-out,shall be done at regular intervals.