France’s Louvre Museum To Re-open From July 6 After Almost Four Months Of Closure
France is all set to re-open its world-famous Louvre Museum with necessary safety restrictions.
The Coronavirus pandemic has stagnated the world economy for almost four months now. However, conditions across the world are improving and life is getting back to normal. Recently, it was reported that France’s Louvre Museum is all set to re-open after the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to stay closed for around four months. It is one of the world’s most visited museums as it gets around 50,000 visitors every day. However, considering the pandemic situation, Museum Director Jean Martinez said that they are expecting a fall in visitors of approximately 80%.
According to new rules, customers with prior ticket booking will only be allowed to visit the museum. Usage of masks will be compulsory and authorities will ensure that all safety measures are strictly followed by the visitors. Also, a time slot system will be followed to avoid overcrowding at the museum.
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