The Louvre, Legoland, and three Disney theme parks are closed because of the coronavirus. Here's all of the major museum and theme park closures so far.
Joey HaddenMar 4, 2020, 04:32 IST
The Louvre, the Leonardo da Vinci museum, and a few Disneyland locations are among several notable museums and theme parks that have closed in Europe and Asia to prevent further spreading of the novel coronavirus.
The Louvre, the world's largest art museum, is closed because of concerns about the coronavirus. There are at least 212 confirmed cases in France as of Tuesday.
Over in Italy, which has reported more than 2,500 infections and 79 deaths as of Tuesday, the Leonardo da Vinci museum is closed until further notice.
The Tokyo National Museum is closed until March 16. Japan reported at least 256 cases and four deaths as of Monday, and many attractions in the country are closing for at least two weeks to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
The Kyoto National Museum in Japan is also closed until at least March 16. The museum will consider reopening on March 17 if it's safe.
The Kyushu National Museum, also in Japan, is closed until further notice.
The Ghibli Museum, Mitaka, also in Japan, is closed until March 17.
Sanrio Puroland in Tokyo is closed until March 12.
Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are closed until March 16.
Universal Studios Japan is closed until at least March 15.
Legoland Japan is also closed until at least March 15.
Shanghai Disney Resort is closed indefinitely, as China is home to 87% of all confirmed coronavirus cases.
Hong Kong Disneyland is also closed indefinitely.
In Beijing, the Palace Museum in the Forbidden City is closed indefinitely.
In South Korea, the National Museum of Korea and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art are closed indefinitely.