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Paris’ Louvre museum reopens to visitors after months-long coronavirus closurelive

Paris’ Louvre museum reopens to visitors after months-long coronavirus closure

France, Paris

Ruptly is live from The Louvre in Paris on Monday, July 6, as the famous museum reopens to visitors, following a four-month-long closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The world’s largest museum that usually hosts 10 million visitors in a normal year will reopen 70 percent of its 925,000 square feet of space to the public.

On July 1 the European Union agreed to reopen the borders to 14 countries but has extended a ban on travelers from the United States due to epidemiological factors related to the coronavirus.

Date of startJuly 6, 2020
Time of start06:00
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Ruptly is live from The Louvre in Paris on Monday, July 6, as the famous museum reopens to visitors, following a four-month-long closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. The world’s largest museum that usually hosts 10 million visitors in a normal year will reopen 70 percent of its 925,000 square feet of space to the public. On July 1 the European Union agreed to reopen the borders to 14 countries but has extended a ban on travelers from the United States due to epidemiological factors related to the coronavirus.