Coronavirus: Rome Colosseum to Reopen on Monday

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The Colosseum will start receiving visitors again after three months of shutdown during COVID-19 containment measures, said an AP report.

To lower the risk of possible contagion at one of Italy’s most popular tourist attractions, tourists must wear protective masks and have their temperatures taken before entering the ancient arena, which re-opens to tourism on June 1.

Entrance times will be staggered to discourage crowding and tickets must be bought online.


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