Announcement

Dear guests

Following an updated government plan on maximum number of people at one place and social distancing requirements the staff of the Húsavík Whale Museum wants to make a short statement:
The museum will be open for visitors but our customers are encouraged to wash and sanitize their hands before and after their visit. All contact surfaces will be sanitized daily. Markers has been put on the floor which indicate two meters distance. Our visitors will be reminded to respect the two meters rule.

Some areas of the museum where it´s not possible to maintain 2 meter distance will be closed off.
Those regulations will be in charge until 13th August at least.

 

For more information about restrictions in effect during ban on gatherings go to:

https://www.covid.is/sub-categories/what-is-ban-on-public-events

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