The Al-Kafeel Museum of Treasures and Manuscripts on the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine has announced the reopening of its doors to its visitors by taking strict preventive and health measures, in order to preserve the safety of visitors and its employees after it was closed for more than seven months, due to the spread of the Corona epidemic, and in compliance with the health directives issued by the relevant authorities.
This was confirmed to the Kafeel Network, by the head of the museum department, Mr. Sadiq Lazem, who added: “Based on the directives of the General Secretariat of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine to open the al-Kafeel museum after it was closed during the past period, as a result of the Corona epidemic, we have taken precautionary and preventive measures to preserve the safety of visitors and workers in the museum hall."
Indicating: “Among the measures that have been taken:
- Entry according to a specific system through which the principle of social distancing is applied.
- Carrying out continuous sterilization work for all museum halls and collections.
- Setting up sterilization stations for those entering the museum.
- A number of museum employees were deployed inside the museum exhibition hall to ensure the flow of movement."