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Russian Museums Forecast Losses Caused by Pandemic
8.04.2020 12:44
Russian Museums Forecast Losses Caused by Pandemic
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The State Historical Museum and the Pushkin Museum forecast losses of millions of rubles due to closure caused by the threat of the spread of coronavirus.

      "Now we can say that we forecast a loss of about 150-160 thousand visitors and about 45 million rubles due to coronavirus, these are just our direct losses associated with the lack of ticket sales and museum trade," the head of the public relations department
of the Historical Museum told Interfax. She noted that in March the museum lost about 76 thousand visitors.

      The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts informed that the museum, because of its temporary closure, is losing more than 2 million rubles a day due to the lack of visitors. At the same time, museums, despite the closure, continue to work  online.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian museums coronavirus    

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