The National Museum of Women in the arts, has reopened on during phase II of the coronavirus pandemic, which is a huge win for the nation’s capitol.
At the time of writing this, the National Museum of Women in the arts, one of the only notable museums and tourist attractions has opened its doors to patrons.
During the pandemic and as the pandemic proceeds, museums like the Smithsonian and other tourists’ attractions like Kennedy Center are closed until further notice due to Covid-19.
Now that the National Museum of Women in the Arts has reopened there are guidelines to enjoy the museum softly. However, all in-person galleries talks and tours also have been canceled due to Covid-19, until further notice.
“Do not enter the museum if you have symptoms [of Covid-19] …” and “Face masks must be worn by staff and visitors at all times,” says The Executive Director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Susan Fisher, who adds that “It will be great to have people on our galleries once again.”
The National Museum is triumphantly leading Washington, DC during phase two of the coronavirus pandemic.
Many museums like the Smithsonian and all of its smaller branches do not look to open until late this year, but will they be the same after they reopen?