Be + passive infinitive
Be + passive infinitive is often used in notices and instructions.
This cover is not to be removed.
This door is not to be opened.
To be taken three times a day after meals ( on a medicine bottle )
Some other common expressions
There’s nothing to be done.
She was nowhere to be found.
I looked out of the window, but there was nothing to be seen.
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