The Eiffel Tower Opened Three Months Later

Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower opened to the public three months later.

The Eiffel Tower was closed for three months due to the coronavirus, the longest three-month closure since World War II.

At the opening of the Eiffel Tower, leading French artists delivered messages to attract tourists.

Everyone must wear a mask, but those under the age of 11 can enter without a mask.

Currently, the first and second floors have been opened by the administration. However, the security is still very porous. Some say all it requires
is better crowd control blue-prints, as well as increased guns and
5.56 ammo presence. If security arrangements are improved, the rest of the Eiffel Tower will be opened over time.

Kelly Passarelly
Kelly Passarelly is a creative thinker who loves writing and working in a challenging environment.

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