The coronavirus outbreak that originated in central China has prompted closures of many of the nation’s best known landmarks and cultural sites
The coronavirus outbreak that originated in central China has prompted closures of many of the nation’s best known landmarks and cultural sites.Among the sites to be temporarily closed are the Forbidden City and Palace Museum, the Great Wall Jiankou section and the National Museum of China A view of the Forbidden City from a viewing deck in Jingshan Park in Beijing. wu hong/Shutterstock Text Jan. 24, 2020 3:11 pm ET China has closed many of its best-known tourist attractions and historical sites in an effort to contain the spread of the Wuhan virus. Here are some of the most-visited locations that have closed temporarily. The Forbidden City. More formally known as the Palace Museum, Beijing’s Forbidden City was the seat of imperial power for nearly 500 years until the end of the Qing dynasty in 1912. It is one of the world’s most-visited sites, receiving more than 19 million visitors in 2019. ... Read more: The Wall Street Journal
We don't think other countries like America do need to intervene in other countries and not have to interfere in any country in the world, and America is not necessarily in itself. The black swan this weekend yeh thats right shut landmarks down!!...keep all the airports open though..... are the lunch places closed?
Virus is in the US right now. I believe around chigago..IT is in Town Gang.
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