the Louvre Museum, closed since mid-March in connection with the pandemic, will open its doors for the first visitors on July 6. About it says released on Friday the message of the Museum.
“We are pleased to announce that the Louvre is preparing to open,” said the Director of the most visited Museum of France, Jean-Luc Martinez. According to him, to see firsthand masterpieces can now be only at strict observance of measures of social distancing.
for Example, the number of visitors at first will be limited, and in the Museum can be accessed by appointment. In the halls there will be a special markup that allows to avoid mass congestion of people.
“It will be a difficult time,” admitted Martinez.