WORLD Hubei reopens 5 major public cultural venues as epidemic tapers off

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Hubei reopens 5 major public cultural venues as epidemic tapers off

Xinhua

21:50, June 14, 2020

Visitors view exhibits at the Hubei Provincial Museum in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

A staff member puts books into a book disinfection machine at the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

A staff member reminds visitors to keep a distance from each other at the Hubei Provincial Museum in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Readers return books at the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

A woman has her body temperature and health QR code checked before entering the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

People read at the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Visitors view exhibits at the Hubei Provincial Museum in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

People read with a distance from each other at the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

People read at the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Visitors view exhibits at the Hubei Provincial Museum in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

People read with a distance from each other at the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

A woman reads at the Hubei Provincial Library in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, June 14, 2020. China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, on Sunday reopened five major public cultural venues in the latest move to return to normalcy after the epidemic tapered off. The venues included the provincial museum, the provincial library, the memorial hall of the Xinhai Revolution, the provincial art museum and the mass art center, all located in the provincial capital Wuhan. All the five facilities require reservations in advance and have placed caps on the daily number of visitors. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

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