Elvis Presley’s Graceland states it will reopen Thursday soon after it shut down excursions and reveals thanks to the new coronavirus outbreak.
The tourist attraction in Memphis, Tennessee, reported Sunday that it has adjusted its excursions, and cafe and retail operations, given that it shut in March.
The Memphis tourist attraction is centered on the everyday living and occupation of the late rock n’ roll icon. It yearly appeals to about five hundred,000 site visitors, which include worldwide tourists.
Graceland reported in a information launch that it is decreasing excursions of Presley’s previous dwelling-turned-museum to twenty five% capability, demanding staff members and encouraging site visitors to dress in facial area masks, and restricting cafe capacities to fifty%.
Temperature checks for visitors and staff members will be executed and hand sanitizing stations are currently being set up, Graceland reported.
“We are serving to Memphis and Tennessee to get back again to some feeling of normality,” reported Joel Weinshanker, handling associate of Graceland Holdings, in a assertion.