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Paris's Louvre museum still closed over staff coronavirus fears


The Louvre in Paris, the world's most visited museum, continues to turn tourists away as staff refuse to work because of coronavirus fears. The Louvre, near the banks of the Seine river in central Paris, received 9.6 million visitors last year, most of them foreigners including Americans, Chinese and Europeans. IMAGES

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