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Eiffel Tower Opens For Public Yet Again Precautions To Be Taken

Governments started the process of lockdown in their countries after seeing the increasing cases of Corona around the world, after which the economy got stagnant. Given the economic crisis, all states have started to relax the lockdown. Meanwhile, in France, the Eiffel Tower has been opened from today. People will be able to see the Eiffel once again by following specific rules.

Let me tell you. The Eiffel Tower has been closed for the last three months. After which today the Eiffel has been opened from June 25. Giving information, its operator said that this is the first time since the Second World War that the Eiffel had to be closed. That too for so long. He told that although the Eiffel has opened from today, all the people who come here will have to follow some precautions and some rules. One of them is the rule that all people above the age of 11 are required to wear masks.

The Top Floor Of The Eiffel Tower Will Remain Closed

It is being told that although the Eiffel has opened, the top floor of the tower will remain closed. According to the Eiffel Tower website, people coming here will not be allowed to use the lift or elevator. Keeping the Corona in mind, only the stairs can use.

According to the website, social distancing will take into consideration. Following social distancing, only a limited number of people will be allowed entry per floor. This decision has taken given the risk of infection.

Top Floor Will Open In Summer

The reason for closing the top floor of the Eiffel Tower can assume that its lift is tiny. However, the top floor can also be opened during summer.

Let me tell you, the cases of Corona are continually increasing around the world. The worldwide number of corona infections has risen to 9,535,337. At the same time, the death toll due to this epidemic has been increased to 485,188.

Dharmendra Dubey

Dharmendra has been reporting for more than 15 years. He Competed His Education in Arts and Loves Writing. He Has Published Books In History Of Arts.

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