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Field Museum, Art Institute enact COVID-19 travel bans for staff

Category: Health

One of the first areas to restrict travel, the Field Museum of Natural History and the Art Institute of Chicago banned staff travel to areas impacted by COVID-19.

“Both institutions, like a range of other Chicago zoos and museums surveyed for this story, said they are keenly tracking the COVID-19 situation and the guidance that health authorities give.”

– Steve Johnson

In response to COVID-19 and its likely spread, the Field Museum of Natural History and the Art Institute of Chicago have banned staff from traveling to areas already profoundly impacted by the coronavirus.

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