Management presented a raft of new anti-virus measures to try to coax employees back to work. Among them: wider distributions of disinfectant gels and more frequent staff rotations so employees can wash their hands.
Staff members will be pulled back from the room where Leonardo da Vinci's iconic “Mona Lisa” is displayed. Instead of rubbing shoulders with visitors in the room itself, workers will just be posted at the entrances.
Most of the museum's 9.6 million visitors last year came from abroad.