In the UK, the museums will open in July
British museums and galleries will gradually begin to open in July, with observance of necessary safety measures for COVID-19, the museums.
It is expected that the first will open major art galleries, museums and exhibition venues. All areas will be respected the necessary safety measures, provided the distance between the visitors, as well as in some museums will be mandatory wearing of protective masks.
In July, lovers of art and history can visit the National gallery, the Tate Britain, Tate Modern, natural history Museum, Royal Academy of arts, and many others.
One of the first, on 8 July, its doors for visitors will open the national gallery in Trafalgar square in London, which is already prepared to welcome guests. "In accordance with the best practices obtained from colleagues from European and American museums that have opened before us, a visit will be booked online and in advance. This will help us to manage the number of people in the gallery, reduce the queue and the number of contacts", - stated in the message of the Museum.
To ensure safety in air conditioning system of the Museum installed a high-performance air purifiers, plastic protective panel will be located at the ticket and information desks and on the shelves of shops and cafes. Throughout the building will be placed sanitizers for the hands.
Part of the Museum has not yet announced the dates open, it is expected that they will resume their work during August-September.
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