World India closes Taj Mahal to visitors over coronavirus fears
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NEW YORK (WCBS 880) - Coronavirus fears are spreading to the justice system in New York. © Provided by WCBS Radio New York ...listen to the audio...A federal judge has ordered prisoners to get their temperatures checked before their court appearance.Justice Colleen McMahon, the chief federal judge in the Southern District of New York said inmates at the Metropolitan Correction Center in Manhattan won't be seen in court if their temperatures are high."If the temperature is 100.
India will close the iconic Taj Mahal to visitors from Tuesday as part of measures to try and combat the coronavirus pandemic, the tourism ministry said on Monday.
"All ticketed monuments and all other museums have been directed to be closed until March 31," Tourism Minister Prahlad Patel tweeted late Monday.
Most schools and entertainment facilities, including cinemas, have already been closed across India, which has reported 114 positive cases and two deaths from the virus.
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The country-music awards show was postponed from its original April 5 date due to the global coronavirus pandemic. To fill the void in the schedule April 5, the academy announced a special, ACM Presents: Our Country, that will feature feature at-home acoustic performances with top country artists along with clips of their favorite ACM Awards moments.The academy said that more details about the 55th ACM Awards will be announced soon, including the venue, performers and more.
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