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Happy tourists react to Louvre reopening after coronavirus fears

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The Louvre museum in Paris reopens to the public after management take steps to allay fears over the spread of the coronavirus, which had sparked a staff protest. (COMPLETES I1PL4MT_EN)

Added on the 04/03/2020 18:47:47 - Copyright : AFP EN

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