The Louvre museum in Paris reopened to the public on Wednesday after management took steps to allay fears over the spread of the coronavirus, which had sparked a staff protest.
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In a statement, the world's most visited museum said that faced with the "legitimate concerns" over the spread of Covid-19 it had agreed to take "extra measures" to ensure the safety of both employees and visitors.
Staff had refused to work on Sunday and Monday, citing a threat to their health. The museum is closed to the public on Tuesdays.