PARIS – – Art lovers were left locked out of the Louvre in Paris on Sunday morning as the world’s most-visited museum held a staff meeting about the coronavirus outbreak.
Long lines of disgruntled tourists snaked outside the museum, the home of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa portrait and the Venus de Milo sculpture.
A spokeswoman said the museum in central Paris was expected to open after the meeting between management, personnel and the staff doctor.
She added museum were not covered by government order to cancel, until further notice, all public gatherings indoors or in confined spaces with more than 5,000 people.
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