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Louvre museum: Paris landmark reopens for the first time Because coronavirus lockdown

Following months of closed on account of this coronavirus pandemic, the Louvre has escalated, providing art-lovers the opportunity to once more take in some of the world’s most renowned works of art.

A winding lineup of masked visitors might be found within the museum on Monday, waiting to put eyes Leonardo da Vinci’s, Mona Lisa.

The memorial has been closed, in addition to other tourist attractions, at the beginning of March since COVID-19 spread across France and beyond.

Now people can once more enter through the iconic volcano, provided that they keep a meter distance from the others, and put on a mask whatsoever times.

About 70 percent of this museum is available to people – about 45,000 square meters, including 30,000 works of art.

1 Belgian tourist, Zino Vandenbeaghen reported the trip was”all good”.

“It is somewhat like in Belgium in reality. You need to respect a space of 1.5 meters (between individuals ), put on a face mask, gloves also if possible in stores. So it is all nice.”

Ahead of the pandemic, as many as 50,000 individuals daily toured the Louvre in the summer months.

The museum’s president-director stated the museum was anticipating only 7,000 traffic on Monday.