The Louvre museum in Paris to reopen on July 6

After the government gave its nod to French museums and historic sites to reopen their doors following the Coronavirus-induced shutdown, the Louvre museum in Paris, home to the Mona Lisa, is all set to reopen on July 6.

“The implementation of a reservation system as well as new signs will allow us to offer maximum safety to our visitors, in addition to wearing a mask and respecting social distancing,” read the statement by the Louvre.

France is also to ease down the restrictions imposed to contain the spread of the novel Coronavirus from Tuesday, but it will only be in July that many top museums and attractions reopen, although there are some that plan to do so in June.

Culture Minister Franck Riester confirmed Friday, May 29, that it will be mandatory to wear masks for visiting a museum in France.

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