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Coronavirus outbreak – check this list before your trip

Travel tips

World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic as of March 11, 2020. It means that disease spreads globally at the same time. Coronavirus affects lots of areas of tourism, many boarders are closed, visit to lots of cuntries is forbidden, public places are closed – check the list of unavailable places of interest here!

1. Disneyland in California, Walt Disney World, and Universal Studios Hollywood.

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2. The Colosseum, Rome’s Pantheon, and Pompeii.

Disneyland Closing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic - Colosseum

The enclosure is expected to last until April 3rd.

3. The Great Wall of China and Beijing’s Palace Museum.

Disneyland Closing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic - Great Wall of China

There is no further information when will it re-open since the enclosure in January 2020. Instead, you are able to see China’s museum exhibitions digitally through their website.

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4. The Louvre Museum and Eiffel Tower.                                                                        

Disneyland Closing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic - The Louvre

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Currently, The Louvre Museum limited the number of people in the museum. The same rule applies to Eiffel Tower as well. But if you already planned to visit it, check the actual information on the official website. 

Disneyland Paris is already closed.

5. Universal Studios Japan and Tokyo Sky Tree.

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Universal Studios Japan is closed until at least March 22nd, Tokyo Sky Tree is closed until March 15th. PLease note that considering the desease spread, these dates can be changed too.

6. Gyeongbokgung Palace, National Palace Museum of Korean, and Goseong DMZ Museum.

Disneyland Closing Amid Coronavirus Pandemic - Gyeongbokgung Palace

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Many landmarks and museums in South Korea that will temporarily close such as the National Palace Museum of Korean, Goseong DMZ Museum, and etc. The famous palace from South Korea, Gyeongbokgung Palace, have stopped their guided tour services for tourists as well.
 
Summary
Coronavirus haunts all countries in the world. There isn’t any place that is safe from coronavirus. 
If you have an option, try to stay out of the crowds, wash your hands more often and take care!