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Eiffel Tower will reopen June 25 After France’s Coronavirus Lockdown.

Eiffel Tower will reopen June 25 After France’s Coronavirus Lockdown.

 Eiffel Tower will reopen June 25 After France’s Coronavirus Lockdown.
 Eiffel Tower will reopen June 25 After France’s Coronavirus Lockdown.

French Operators announced the Paris landmark will reopen to the public on June 25, more than three months after shuttering in France's coronavirus lockdown. Paris' Eiffel Tower is one of the most visited sites in Paris, will emerge from its longest closure since World War II with limited visitor numbers at first.

Among the applicable safety measures: face masks mandatory for all over the age of 11, and the elevators are off-limits for now, along with the top floor.

"At first, only visits by the stairs will be available, and not by elevator, it said, as a means of ensuring a safe distance between people to limit infection risk" said the Eiffel Tower website.

"To ensure that ascending and descending visitors do not meet in the stairs, ascent will take place from the East pillar and descent by the West pillar,with a limited number of visitors per floor at a time, and will ground markings are being set up to enforce social distancing and surfaces are being disinfected often".added the website.

The top level will remain closed for now, "since the lifts taking visitors from second to top floor are small. It might re-open during the summer."

"The re-opening date of our online ticket office will be soon communicated," said the Eiffel website.

"We strongly encourage our visitors to opt for online ticket purchase, in order to avoid the wait at the Tower's ticket offices."

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