Mouth mask compulsory from Wednesday in Rijksmuseum and Anne Frank House | NOW


Wearing a mouth mask is mandatory from Wednesday when visiting the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. All visitors thirteen years of age and older must wear a mouth mask. You must also wear a mouth mask in the Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum, the museums confirm in conversation with on Tuesday.

“Safety comes first”, says a spokesman for the Rijksmuseum.

The institution assumes that people bring the caps themselves. A solution is being sought for people who do not have a mouth mask with them during the first days.

Paradiso in Amsterdam will also introduce a masking obligation from Wednesday. Visitors to the concert hall must wear one when they walk through the building, when they are in their seat, the mouth mask can be removed again.

On Tuesday morning, consultations were held in several museums about the new corona measures and the wish of the mayors of the three major cities and Eindhoven to have people wear masks in public indoor spaces, such as museums. The cabinet only advised to do this in shops.

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