Public disclosure of the Eiffel Tower Resume infection from 25th June 24th June 6:29

Before the Eiffel Tower, the symbol of Paris, the capital of France, resumed operations for the first time in about 100 days from the 25th of this month, we have disclosed to the press what the inside of the building is.

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Paris, visited by 6 million people a year, but it has been closed since March due to the spread of the new coronavirus.

On the 23rd, before the business reopened for the first time in about 100 days from the 25th of this month, the inside was released to the press.

Before resuming, the facilities will be thoroughly disinfected, the number of admissions will be reduced to half, and people over 11 years old will be required to wear a mask.

Also, in order to reduce contact with customers, the floor is marked every 1.5 meters, and since the elevator is not available for the time being, 115 meters of the 324-meter-high tower will be open to the public. You have to climb the stairs up to the 3rd floor.

"The reopening of the Eiffel Tower has a symbolic meaning that the French economy is starting to move again," said a representative of the company that operates the Eiffel Tower, and was anticipating that the economy would return to life.

In France, where the restrictions on going out have been relaxed since last month, the Palace of Versailles has resumed operations so far, and the Louvre Museum is scheduled to open from 6th of next month. The movement toward playback is in full swing.