via GMA Online, 02 March 2021, and other sources below: The National Museum of the Philippines reopened yesterday under Covid-19 protocols – visitors have to make an appointment to visit, and no walk-ins are allowed.
The National Museum of the Philippines will accept visitors starting today, March 2, after almost a year since it closed its doors due to the pandemic.
According to a post shared on its Facebook page, the limited reopening is for the following locations—the National Museum of Fine Arts, National Museum of Anthropology, and the National Museum of Natural History.
It said its regional museums will also reopen soon, while the National Planetarium will remain closed until cinemas and theaters are allowed to operate in the National Capital Region.
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