When you go to a foreign country to explore some of its destinations, you usually visit some of its museums. This year museums in Croatia are opened and they are welcoming visitors. There are a few restrictions which need to be followed in order to stay safe and healthy.

Dubrovnik features great museums which are worth visiting in 2020
Dubrovnik features great museums which are worth visiting in 2020

Museums restrictions and recommendations

Croatian institute of health wrote list of restrictions for the museums. We will bring the most significant points from their note.

The number of visitors who are located in one area should be 15 per 100 square meters. After the museum gets full, other visitors are required to wait outside.

Museum employees are required to wear a mask, while visitors are not required to do so. There should be 2 meters of distance between all people inside the museum, including visitors and employees.

There should be one hour break between two shifts. That time should be used for disinfection of the museum area.

The disinfectant should be located at the entrance of the museum and visitors should disinfect their hands while entering the museum.

Museum employees need to have their temperature measured daily. If it is greater than 37.2, they should consult a physician.

Museum restrictions are not really different than restrictions in other places which we must adhere to. All of them have one key thing in common: social distancing. I believe we are already used to that after a few months of such a lifestyle.

Zvonimr Peran     2020-06-24

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