Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Museums in Punjab closed till April 10

Keeping in view the sudden surge in the COVID-19 cases across the state, the Punjab Government has decided to close the Museums for the public uptill April 10, 2021.

Disclosing this in a press communique released here today the official Spokesperson of the Punjab Government said that in pursuant of the directions of the Punjab Government the Virasat-e-Khalsa situated at sri Anandpur Sahib would also be closed with immidiate effect and public entry would be strictly prohibited into the premises of this world renowned museum of sikh heritage and culture. He said that the motive behind closing the museum is to restrict  the public to gather in close vicinity.

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The general public is also advised to comply with the health advisiories issued by the Punjab Government to check the further rise of this deadly virus.

The pilgrims coming to sri Anandpur Sahib to take part in in the Holla Mohalla celebrations should not gather at one place in large number. They should also put on masks all the time, maintain social distance and sanitize their hands at regular intervels.

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