Restrictions have been eased and a new normal has established it with face masks, shields, social distancing being part of our daily lives.
As we learn to accept a life with these revisions, some icons are reopening and reminding us that not all has changed.
In a statement posted on its website, the operators said the icon will be open to the public from June 25, but with restrictions. Visitor numbers will be limited, face masks will be mandatory for all, and tours will be by stairs only and not the elevator to ensure social distancing.
Grand Canyon National Park
However, from now on, existing backcountry permits will be honored, but the park will not issue any new permits.
While France has allowed museums and historic sites to reopen this month, the Louvre – closed since March 13 – has decided to wait until July 6 before letting art lovers in.
Online reservations will open on June 15.
The park reopened on May 11, offering a ray of hope for other mass entertainment venues to survive and operate in the pandemic.
The plans, which still require government approval, will see the resort near Los Angeles, including Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, welcome visitors from July 17.
Disneyland is the second most visited theme park in the world, attracting tens of thousands of visitors every day, but it closed in mid-March due to coronavirus concerns.
(Text entries: AFP)