Italy is preparing to reopen its museums and exhibitions as early as next week, starting on May 18, with a series of restrictions.
Italy prepares to reopen its museums and exhibitions next week, from the 18th of May (Monday). The statement was made by the country's prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, who announced a progressive and slow return to attractions, which must follow a series of rules to open their doors.
A series of rules were implemented by the Italian Ministry of Culture and must be followed by spaces, such as selling tickets online only, maintaining adequate distance and strengthening cleaning, among others.
So far, there is no information on whether there will be a limit on the occupancy of spaces - however, it is expected that the attractions will not be crowded, since the country has not allowed access to foreigners for the time being.
In addition, open spaces such as Pompeii ruins, will be reopened more easily as they are located in large outdoor spaces. You Vatican Museums, where the Sistine Chapel is located, should also resume their activities on the 18th.
However, one limited number of tickets must be released per day on the attraction's website. In addition, visitors must take their temperature before accessing the space.
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