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How does Mu.ZEE deal with the Coronavirus?

LATEST UPDATE: 16.04.20, 10.00 

As a result of the new preventive anti-corona measures taken by the government, Mu.ZEE and the Permeke Museum will remain closed until May 18. We will then re-evaluate the situation at that time.


UPDATE: 30.03.20, 10.00 

As a result of the new preventive anti-corona measures taken by the government, Mu.ZEE and the Permeke Museum will remain closed until April 19. We will then re-evaluate the situation at that time.


UPDATE: 13.03.20, 10.00 

 

Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our staff and visitors. As a result of the new preventive anti-corona measures taken by the government, we are temporarily closing Mu.ZEE and the Permeke Museum from today.

We are closed until Friday April 3rd and will review the situation at that time. For more information, visit muzee.be.

We look forward to welcoming you after the reopening of Mu.ZEE and the Permeke Museum.

Mu.ZEE Team

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How does Mu.ZEE deal with the Coronavirus?
 

LATEST UPDATE: 12.03.20, 16.00 -
 
Mu.ZEE follows the guidelines and instructions from the FPS Public Health and the local government with regard to the coronavirus.
 
Mu.ZEE REMAINS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Mu.ZEE, the Permeke Museum and the exhibitions remain open. The management is in close contact with the authorities and will continue to monitor the situation closely. If the instructions change unexpectedly, appropriate measures will be taken in time. We will keep you informed through this website and social media.
 
Mu.ZEE and the Permeke Museum are currently taking the following measures:
 
-We limit the number of people present in the exhibition spaces.
-We call on employees and visitors to follow basic hygiene measures in order to avoid contamination. If you don't feel well, we strongly recommend staying at home.
- We strengthen the prevention rules and the cleaning of rooms and equipment for both Mu.ZEE and the Permeke Museum.
 

FAQ's
 

We bundled frequently asked questions:
 
Can all exhibitions be visited?
 
In Mu.ZEE and the Permeke Museum, all exhibitions are open to the public. Groups are contacted and openings are postponed for the time being. We will keep you closely informed of any changes on our website and via social media.
 
What precautions does Mu.ZEE take?

Raising awareness through the information screen in the Entrance Hall and basic precautions to avoid contamination among visitors and employees.
 
What can I do to prevent the spread of the coronavirus?
 
The most important measures to prevent the spread of the corona virus are very simple:
-Wash your hands regularly
-Cough and sneeze in the inside of the elbow
- Always use new paper tissue
 
You can read more information on the gouvernement website