Shanghai Museum reopens to public
Visitors wearing masks view an exhibit at the Shanghai Museum on March 13, the first day of its reopening. [Photo by Zhang Hengwei/chinanews.com]
The Shanghai Museum reopened to the public on March 13 after 50 days of closure due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
However, as part of epidemic prevention and control efforts, precautions to control the flow of visitors have been taken.
It will only accept reservations by individuals made online, and the number of daily visitors will be capped at 2,000.
Visitors must wear masks, show their health QR codes, and have their temperatures taken at the entrance.
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