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Visiting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

M1PR cannot guarantee that any visitor will not contract COVID-19 while on the premises or meeting with our staff in person. By visiting M1PR, all visitors voluntarily assume all risks related to COVID-19 exposure and accept and agree to abide by these guidelines and all other signage posted on the M1PR premises.

M1PR’s priority is the safety of its visitors, volunteers, and staff. To deliver a low-contact, high-quality visitor experience, the institution developed an internal task force and consulted with a board-certified epidemiologist and peer institutions across the country to establish coronavirus protocols and site-specific safety measures. This includes enhanced daily cleaning, antibacterial solution stations throughout the museum, reduced capacity, promoting social distancing, and mandating face coverings.

The CDC recommends wearing face coverings made of solid material in social settings to slow the spread of COVID-19. M1PR requires everyone, including staff and interns, to wear a face-covering that covers the mouth and nose when inside the building. We do not permit face shields alone. 

We intend meeting areas to be open, but not personal offices or level one of the building.

Staff will monitor the public spaces to help make a comfortable and safe experience.