Corona Case Declines, Paris Louvre Museum Reopens on July - The Louvre Museum in Paris will reopen on July 6. This was done after the government allowed French museums and historic sites to reopen its doors after closing due to the Coronavirus.

Reported by AFP on Saturday (30 May 2020) France will relax restrictions imposed to combat the Coronavirus starting Tuesday. However, new museums and main attractions will reopen in July.

Culture Minister Franck Riester said the use of masks would be required for museum visitors in France. Not only that, but the reservation system was also carried out to avoid the large number of visitors who entered.

He added that online reservations for visiting the Louvre would open on June 15. It is known, the Louvre Museum has been closed since March 13.




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