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Washington Monument Reopens After 6-Month Coronavirus Closure

Washington Monument Reopens After 6-Month Coronavirus Closure

The Washington Monument reopened to visitors on Thursday, October 1, after closing for more than six months due to the coronavirus pandemic. The National Park Service’s National Mall branch said the monument saw its first visitors since March 13. Tickets must be purchased a day in advance and walk-up tickets were not available, officials said. Instagram user @wwwchris filmed various clips documenting his visit to the Washington Monument on Thursday. This footage shows social-distancing floor markers and masked employees escorting guests. @wwwchris said there was also a “completely contactless” security screening. Credit: @wwwchris via Storyful

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