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India shuts Taj Mahal and boosts coronavirus testing, Pakistan cases rise after quarantine errors

Reuters India Tuesday, 17 March 2020 ()
India closed the Taj Mahal, its principal tourist site, and the financial hub of Mumbai ordered offices providing non-essential services to keep half their staff at home in increased measures to curb the coronavirus in South Asia.
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India's iconic Taj Mahal has been closed to visitors on Tuesday (March 17) as part of measures to try and combat the coronavirus pandemic.

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