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How might museums look different after the pandemic?

Category: COVID-19

From contactless admission processes to handwashing and sanitizing stations and wearing masks, the museums that reopen to the public in the coming months will look very different than those that closed down moths ago.

“While museums have been doing an incredible job of reaching out to the public virtually while closed, they now rely on visitors coming back in person if they are to survive and thrive.”

– Charlotte Coates

Museums across the world are now open, or preparing to reopen, after the period of temporary closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic . However, it won't be business as usual, as organisations cope with new health and safety regulations and work to win back audience trust.

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