Note to Visitors [Scorrere per l’italiano]
In order to provide a safe environment for our staff and the public, visitors will be asked to comply with the following protocols as well as to respect instructions given by gallery staff.
– A limited number of visitors will be permitted within the exhibition spaces.
– Advance appointments are encouraged, but not required.
– Visitors must wear masks for the duration of their visit.
– Visitors must maintain at least 1 meter distance from others.
– Temperature checks may be required before entering the gallery, and visitors with a temperature over 37.5°C will be denied entry.
– Hand sanitizer will be provided for use.
– Visitor contact information may be shared for contact tracing.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions about these guidelines, or to schedule your visit.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Nota ai visitatori
Al fine di garantire un ambiente sicuro per il nostro staff e il pubblico, ai visitatori sarà richiesto di rispettare il seguente protocollo e le istruzioni fornite dallo staff della galleria:
– Un numero limitato di visitatori sarà ammesso negli spazi espositivi.
– La prenotazione anticipata è preferibile ma non obbligatoria.
– I visitatori devono indossare la mascherina per tutta la durata della visita.
– I visitatori devono mantenere tra loro una distanza minima di 1 metro.
– È vietato l’ingresso a persone con temperatura corporea oltre 37,5 gradi e potrà essere misurata la temperatura corporea con idonei strumenti prima dell’accesso.
– Igienizzanti per le mani saranno disponibili per l’uso.
– Potrà essere necessario rilasciare le proprie generalità per un eventuale tracciamento.
Per qualsiasi domanda circa le misure precauzionali o per prenotare una visita, vi preghiamo di contattare firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vi ringraziamo della vostra comprensione e collaborazione.
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