The science and technology have returned to The Gran Canarian palms. The Elder museum It has reopened its doors to the public on Monday after the forced closure due to the confinement measures decreed to slow down the advance of the coronavirus, on the occasion of International Museum Day.
Visitors, yes, have had to ask appointment through the museum’s website (http://www.virtual.museoelder.es) to be able to witness the informative activities that have been carried out this day in the Santa Catalina Park area. Although, all those who could not go this Monday, will have two new opportunities Wednesday and Friday, from 12:00 hours, as detailed in a statement.
The museum recalled that at this time marked by the Covid-19 health crisis, “outreach and science come together“and that the enclosure has become” a logistics center “in this situation.” Not surprisingly, it has been hosting two health devices for two months for the collection of samples of the coronavirus diagnostic tests, “he explained in the note by press.
It has also been erected as a meeting place for the directors of the different basic health zones of Gran canaria, and inside there have been coordination meetings every week.
The director of the venue, José Gilberto Moreno, He explained that they had to “take a step forward” and that it is not surprising that the museum was the host of the meetings to address the situation of the pandemic on the Island.
Likewise, “the Elder Museum will offer some information days by labor and social sectors Starting next week, in your role as specialists in the development of security protocols and guidelines for recommendations in the face of the Covid-19 crisis, “he announced.
Moreno has insisted that it is time to “find the balance” between working in a safe environment and offering “a fun, entertaining and didactic visit” for all those people who come to the museum.