Holocaust Memorial Museum reopening Monday

The United State Holocaust Memorial Museum in D.C. will reopen with coronavirus restrictions in place on Monday.

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Some of the new guidelines and restrictions will include:

- A reduced number of visitors

- Face coverings

- Temperature checks

- Social distancing

- Free timed-entry tickets that can be obtained here

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The museum will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. six days a week, and closed on Wednesdays.

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Hand sanitizer will be available, and the building’s HVAC system has been updated with enhanced filtration, according to museum officials.