FAMOUS French landmark, the Eiffel Tower is set to welcome visitors after its closure during the health crisis, however, these visits must wear sturdy shoes, because of fears of new infections, the elevators will be out of bounds.
The employees of the Tower in Paris, which looms 324 meters above the city, were yesterday (Wednesday) the preparation of the re-opening on 25 June.
The bosses have said they will strive to become fully operational later this summer.
A series of new security measures have been put in place and visitors will not be able to access the highest in the second level, and with access only by stairs until the beginning of the month of July.
The stairs will follow a system of movement and the person on the age of 11 years must wear a protective mask. The cleaning operations will be strict, and all the days of the week next week.
Eiffel tower hygiene consultant Alain Miralles pointed out that, “the day of The cleaning teams will be able to clean all points of contact every two hours, from the opening of the site to its closure.”
Those who are planning trips to Paris are invited to book their tickets for the Eiffel Tower online and in advance once the box office opens this Thursday.