Eiffel Tower closed in Corona Reopened after 100 days France June 26 4:30

The Eiffel Tower, the symbol of Paris, the French capital, has resumed business for the first time in about 100 days, and visitors enjoy the view of Paris while taking measures against infection.

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

The Eiffel Tower was reopened for the first time in about 100 days on the 25th, assuming that the situation of infection in France had settled down.

Elevators are not available for the time being, and the top floor of the 324-meter-high tower remains closed, but visitors climbed stairs to the 115-meter third floor.

People over the age of 11 must wear a mask, and visitors enjoyed the view of Paris while paying attention to infection control measures such as keeping distance from other people.

A 36-year-old man who visited with his wife from the south of France said, "The Eiffel Tower is a symbol of Paris, so I thought I would have to come when I restarted."

The representative of the company that manages the Eiffel Tower said, "I'm pleased to bring the Eiffel Tower back to life. I want to gradually restart the entire tower depending on the infection situation."

The Eiffel Tower is usually visited by about 23,000 people a day, mainly foreigners, but for the time being, from around 3,000 to 4,000 people a day from within Japan and member countries of the EU = European Union. It means that I expect it.