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The Clark Museum and 4D Theater will reopen to guests and tourists on December 1, with visitors required to follow safety protocols against the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).


The Tourism and Promotions Division (TPD) of Clark Development Corporation (CDC) said only 50 percent of the regular visitor capacity will be accommodated inside the museum, while group reservations will be put on hold.
 
”All visitors will also be required to wear face masks and face shields while inside the museum, and face shields can only be removed when watching 4D film,” the TPD said in a statement.
 
”In addition, all guests are also encouraged to use the StaySafePH application for contact tracing purposes. Through this app, guests can easily scan the designated QR codes upon entry and exit from the facilities,” it added.A one-way traffic scheme indicated by directional signage will also be implemented in the museum to ensure physical distancing. 

TPD said all these protocols are anchored on the guidelines issued by CDC, Department of Tourism, Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, and international organizations like the World Health Organization, American Alliance of Museums, and International Council for Museums.

Clark Museum and 4D Theater will be open Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. SOVEREIGNPH

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