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Paris' Louvre closes for staff meeting on coronavirus

Reuters Sunday, 1 March 2020
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.
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PARIS (Reuters) - Tourists and art lovers were unable to visit the Louvre in Paris on Sunday as workers staged a walkout at the world’s most-visited museum after a staff meeting about the coronavirus outbreak. Long lines of disgruntled tourists snaked outside the museum on Sunday morning as...

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