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The Louvre reopens after employee crisis

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The Louvre management was able to open the museums three days after its staff had voted on March 1st to stop working due to the pandemic. Hand sanitizer dispensers were alocated in rooms, and self-service machines were arranged for ticket operations. On March 4, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in France was 212, with 4 deaths.

Louvre Reopens, but the Crowd Will Have to Control Itself. The New York Times

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Published in 29/05/2020

Updated in 19/02/2021

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